Lockerbie probe was ‘directed off course’, say top investigators
Timer fragment in Lockerbie prosecution was ‘faked’, and forensic material ‘doctored’
Libya and Lockerbie: The Untold Story
Broadcast on September 2, 2003 and now re-edited.
- the key piece of evidence at the heart of the prosecution case against al-Megrahi, a fragment of circuit board for a timer, is fake;
- a related, crucial piece of evidence for the prosecution case, remnants of a Slalom-branded shirt – in which the timer fragment was supposedly found – was doctored;
- the bomb was planted in luggage that was put on the plane at Heathrow airport, and not, as the prosecution claimed, loaded by al-Megrahi in Malta to connect to a feeder flight from Frankfurt to London.