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The Legacy of Lockerbie

The Legacy of Lockerbie

In December, 1988, a bomb blew up Pan Am Flight 103 over Scotland. In this week’s issue of The New Yorker, Patrick Radden Keefe profiles Ken Dornstein, whose brother was on board, and whose decades-long investigation into the attack has turned up evidence implicating new Libyan conspirators. Patrick Radden Keefe joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss the story and the history of Libyan terrorism against the U.S.

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