The Truth about Lockerbie, and Pan Am 103, and Drugs
The C.I.A. drug trade through the Syria and Iran was
going pretty sweet for Syrian C.I.A. contractor Monzer al-Kassar.
He gives the suitcase, C.I.A. agents clear the suitcase through to New York.
When the suitcase of drugs was switched for a bomb in Dec 21, 1988,
it was cleared as usual.
Central Intelligence Agent Charles McKee was aboard, as were 4 other agents,
At the crash scene, CIA agents posing as Pan Am employees walked away with
First, the press had word of a Syrian or Palestinian suspect, but when
wind of the C.I.A. involvement began to surface, the C.I.A. needed a scapegoat.
The socialist isolationist country is always the best bet, because they
are enemies of the U.S. by their mere existence, so bombing and/or
sanctions always needs a good excuse. C.I.A. killed two birds with one stone,
and pinned the Flight 103 bomb on Libya.
How quickly Americans forget:
Time Magazine, 4/27/92, cover story:|
Pan Am 103: Why Did They Die?
"Washington says its Libya sabotaged the plane.
Provocative evidence suggests that a Syrian drug dealer may have helped plant
the bomb- and that the real targets were intelligence agents working for
London Times article 7-22-91, reveals story:
C.I.A. drug running, and Pan Am 103
Cover Up: The Hidden Scandal of Lockerbie
Book by D.I.A. agent Coleman, Trail of the Octopus
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Guardian: What about
the U.S. money, and Heroin?
Articles from the B.B.C.:Judges say the case is 'unproven'
Victims Relatives don't buy it, want the truth
Gaddafi brings forward evidence to clear Libya
"Verdict was politically motivated", says U.N.
Account from the CovertAction publication