Libyan Man Accused of 1988 Lockerbie Terrorist Attack

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A Libyan man named Abu Agila Mohammad Mas’ud Kheir Al-Marimi is now in US custody under allegations of being involved in the terrorist attack that shattered Pan Am flight 103 above Lockerbie, Scotland, in 1988.  Described as ‘UK’s deadliest terror attack,’ the bombing killed 260 people flying from London to New York.  “Scottish prosecutors and police, working with UK Government and US colleagues, will continue to pursue this investigation, with the sole aim of bringing those who acted along with Al Megrahi to justice,” a spokesman for the UK Crown Office and Prosecutor Fiscal Service said.