The Sunday Review

An accusation has been made against a Libyan man of being involved in Pan Am Flight 103 was destroyed by a bomb over the town. Lockerbie in December 1988 is now in US custody, authorities in The United States and Scotland agreed to speak together on Sunday.

The US charged Abu Agila Mohammad Mas’ud Kheir Al-Marimi for his alleged involvement in According to The Sunday Review, the bombing occurred two years ago by a spokesperson for the UK Crown Office.

The bomb that detonated above the Scottish town during its flight from London to New York killed 270 people.

The US Sunday morning, Justice Department issued a statement affirming that the US Had “taken custody of alleged Pan Am flight 103 bombmaker” Abu Agila Mohammad Mas’ud Kheir Al-Marimi, saying he is expected to make his “initial appearance in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia,” According to a spokesperson.

While the statement didn’t identify a date for his court appearance at that time, it said that further details would follow.

Al-Marimi was in custody in Libyan charges for unrelated offences when brought to the attention of US Justice Department, two years ago.

The Sunday Review was informed by a UK official that “the families of those killed in the Lockerbie bombing have been told that the suspect “Mas’ud” Or “Masoud” It is in US custody. “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.”

Al Amin Khalifah Fhimah and Abdelbeset Ali Mohmed al Megrahi were also accused. Explosives in A portable cassette player and radio player was found in a bag on board the plane. Megrahi was sentenced in 2001 to 27 Years in prison. He was later diagnosed with cancer and released. He died in 2012. Fhimah was released.

The Lockerbie Bombing is still the most deadly terrorist attack to have occurred in The United Kingdom. It claimed the lives of 259 passengers on board and 11 crew members on the ground.