Unfulfilled quest in the Lockerbie case.
Ken Dornstein set out in 2011 on a quest to identify a number of Libyan suspects who could have been responsible for the death of his elder brother David in the 1988 Lockerbie bombing.
Former Scottish SIO Stuart Henderson, (Crown witness number 696), provided Dornstein with a list of eight to ten known names of individuals from the files of the original investigation who seemed to play a role in the bombing. So far they had never been indicted, because after extensive investigations by FBI, Scottish Police, BKA and Swiss BUPO, no evidence has been found. Obviously for dramaturgical reasons the names and photos of the so called suspects have been put on a “Wanted list” on the wall of Dornstein’s research office.
As a reminder: SIO Chief Superintendent Stuart Henderson visited in June 1990 – accompanied by Chief Inspector, William Williamson and Forensic expert Allen Feraday (RARDE) - the FBI Criminal Laboratory in Washington lead by FBI Expert Tom Thurmann. Their task was to compare a manipulated MST-13 Timerfragment (PT-35) with a MST-13 Timer (K-1) in possession of the CIA. The K-1 Timer timer was allegedly found in Togo.
The results of the investigations and comparison have been documented in a secret FBI-Report in Washington on August 20th, 1990. Dok. Nr. 262-23. The document is now declassified.
The Scottish Police have determined, after extensive investigation that the green circuit board (PT 35) is single sided and composed of nine (9) layers of glass cloth, type 7628.
A solder mask has been applied to both sides of the board. The solder mask appears to be a wet epoxy base type that was either screen printed or brushed on to the circuit board. The tracks are coated with pure tin, probably from an electrolysis tin solution, presumably to aid in solderability. Normal electronic grade solder, 60 to 65 per cent tin (with the remainder lead), has been used to make a solder connection to the pad.
which is a component part of an electronic timer recovered In Africa in September, 1986 (now referred as specimen K-l). On June 22, 1990, a side by side comparison of specimen K-l and PT 35, resulted in a positive identification of PT 35, as being similar to specimen K-l. In essence, it has been determined that the PT 35 circuit board fragment originated from a circuit board, that was like or identical to specimen K-l circuit board, Specimen K- 1 is described as part of a digital, battery operated, long delay timer detonator, capable of providing electrical power to fire an electrical detonator, which would initiate the high explosive main charge. Link to FBI declassified FBI-report: https://pt35b.wordpress.com/…/…/fbi-investigation-of-mst-13/
Based on research by Edwin Bollier & MEBO Ltd. the presented fragment (PT-35) to the FBI lab cannot be the original MST-13 fragment as allegedly found in Lockerbie. The reasons for this allegation:
1.) At the time of the presentation of the (PT-35) fragment at the FBI laboratory on June 22nd,1990, the original „carbonised“ MST-13 timer fragment (PT-35) consisted already of two pieces. The PT-35 fragment was cut by Siemens Germany on April 27th, 1990 into two pieces, 2 (two) months before the visit by Henderson & Co at the FBI laboratory in the USA. After the Siemens cutting session, the larger part was marked as (PT-35/b) and the smaller part was marked as (DP-31/a).
2.) The FBI laboratory report confirms, that the examined (PT-35) timer fragment was covered on both sides with solder masque.
3.) The FBI laboratory report confirms, that the colour of fragment was green and consisted of 9 layers of fibreglass.
All those characteristics confirm that they did not examine and compared the original black carbonised (PT-35) fragment as f ound in Lockerbie.
A long time after the court verdict in Zeist - a secret kept fax by expert Feraday to SIO Chief Stuart Henderson – unveiled that the (PT-35) fragment was found on January 20th, 1990 in a Slalom shirt.
The original fragment on the photo (red circle) showed - on a second look - 3 handmade scratches and the letter “M”. (short form for “Muster” = sample” in the German language)
At the court in Zeist, witnesses as, Scottish Chief Inspector, William Williamson, Dr. Thomas Hayes (RARDE) and expert Allen Feraday (RARDE) made under oath, false statements. For example it was testified that the MST-13 timerfragment, registered on the additional page 51, was found already on Mai 12th, 1989 in a Slalom shirt.
All those “flops” lead to a slowdown of a possible new review of the Lockerbie case. False statements – especially by high-ranking police officers and forensic experts - should be taken serious.
The Lockerbie case is a magnet for lies and false statements. An incredibly untrue story in the worldwide media led to a tremendous confusion in the Lockerbie case and was responsible for fatal misjudgement of the situation in an early stage of the Libyan civil war in 2011.
The former head of Libya's National Transitional Council (NTC) Mustafa Abdul Jalil (now based in Dubai) said, at the beginning of the civil war in Libya, in an interview with the Swedish newspaper "Expressen" (February 24, 2011) that he has the evidence and can prove that Gaddafi orchestrated the bombing of PanAm 103. Unfortunately the UN, USA and UK / SCOTLAND “believed” the statement by the head of NTC Mustafa Abdul Jalil. It was a welcomed story to put the blame on “Mad dog” Gadaffi for killing 270 civilians on board of PanAm 103. Mustafa Abdul Jalil failed to come up with the promised evidence. Shamefully he blamed later the newspaper for misquoting him... It all turned out to be a well organised propaganda stunt.
Former Libyan intelligence Chief Moussa Koussa has issued a statement denying any involvement in the Pan Am 103 atrocity, affirming for the first time the denials attributed to him by former Member of Parliament in the House of Commons Tam Dalyell and Saif Gadaffi, who both also said that Koussa was not involved in the Lockerbie event.
Moussa Koussa is believed to have been an intelligence officer at the time of the 1988 Lockerbie bomb in which 270 people were killed. He made a high-profile defection to Britain in March 2012 and was interviewed by police and Scottish prosecutors investigating the bombing.
He left the country as a free man. All sanctions against him have been lifted and he faced no longer travel restrictions. He also gained unlimited access to his frozen financial assets. The Crown Office, unveiled nothing about the content of the confidential discussions with Moussa Koussa... You might be wondering why such a high profile intelligence officer was allowed to leave the country as a free man... Moussa Koussa’s comment is very simple: "I had no involvement of any kind or knowledge of the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie in 1988. (Koussa is now living in Qatar.)
Al Megrahi & Libya have nothing to do with the attack on PanAm 103 over Lockerbie ! Mr. Al Megrahi was innocently in imprisoned for 10 years - He remains the political victim No. 271! Was Dornstein's film made to satisfy the guilty conscience of some victim’s relatives? Was it due to the acceptance of – as Saif Gadaffi said – “blood money of US $ 2.7 billion”?
Please visit information link, Clearing House: Lockerbie : $2.7 billion Sham and Shame !