For relatives of the people who died in the Lockerbie bombing, the death Sunday of the only man who was convicted stirred up questions once again about his guilt and whether others went unpunished.

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NEW YORK -- For relatives of the people who died in the 1988 Lockerbie bombing, the death Sunday of the only man who was convicted stirred up questions once again about his guilt and whether For relatives of the people who died in the 1988 Lockerbie bombing, the death Sunday of the only man who was convicted stirred up questions once again about his guilt and whether others went The had banded together after the bombing, immersing themselves in terrorist policy, international relations and airline security and lobbying for compensation from the Libyan government. The families of Lockerbie victims THE of the bombing victims have asked the Crown Office to explain why it has rejected the possible carriage of illegal munitions on the doomed flight as a contributory factor to Tags: families, lockerbie, victims, still, The death of the only man convicted of the 1988 bombing has left some victims' relatives relieved and others raising questions about his guilt and whether others went unpunished. The death of the only man convicted in the 1988 bombing has left some victims' relatives relieved and others raising questions about his guilt and whether others went unpunished. victims' answers [This is the headline over a report on the Voice of America website. It recognises that some harbour grave doubts that the Zeist trial came anywhere near to

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