Part V – The Victims »A huge piece of rubbish just fell on my front drive. Take your picture quickly and let me sweep this off«, said the Broom warrior. 😉 〈Addendum 16.1.2017 – scroll down〉 The task left to do required some special skills of investigation from me, something I’ve never done before. I […]Read more "The Lockerbie Incident – Pan Am flight 103, Part V + Addendum"
Part IV – Lockerbie bombing – what kind of bombing exactly? I left a few photos for this part IV as candies within this story. As it happened, I was entering Pan Am 103 flight subject totally unprepared for such a deep rabbit hole as it turned to be. I admit, it caught me by […]Read more "The Lockerbie Incident – Pan Am flight 103, Part IV"
Part III – Lockerbie bombing When you introduce the word »bomb« into one’s mind, bombarding him/her with the term in newspaper articles and TV news flash, with a picture such as this : …your mind doesn’t get suspicious seeing this as a consequence of huge explosion, does it? That’s just how it is supposed to […]Read more "The Lockerbie Incident – Pan Am flight 103, Part III"
Part II – who is Abdel Baset al-Megrahi ? With all learned in the previous part of the series, no clear explanation was given to the most important question : what really happened to Flight 103? In my opinion, the story of one man planting a single bomb, surpassing all security and smoothly getting away […]Read more "The Lockerbie Incident – Pan Am flight 103, Part II"
Few days ago we were discussing some events with my friends and one of them said what a life’s irony would be to get home after a miserable day at office, make yourself a cup of tea and then die few minutes afterwards, while you were waiting for your tea to cool down, by an airplane crashing on your garden’s table in the middle of nowhere. Shortly laughing at the point my friend made, already feeling bad about it, I quickly searched the Lockerbie airplane crash to discover it happened on 21st December 1988. That was enough to set me off, I dug into it as soon as I came home.Read more "The Lockerbie Incident – Pan Am flight 103, Part I"