A Letter from FBI Directer Mueller to Secretary MacAskill

FBI Director Robert Mueller wrote to Scottish Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill to express his outrage at al-Megrahi's compassionate release.

my heart is absolutely aching today

In echoing the feelings of many of the family and friends of the victims of Pan Am Flight 103 at the compassionate release of Abdel Basset Ali al-Megrahi, the man convicted of bombing Pan Am Flight 103, Kelly Homan Rodoski, Syracuse University '92, said "my heart is absolutely aching today."

The Victims of Pan Am Flight 103, Inc Thanks US Senators for their Support

The Victims of Pan Am Flight 103, Inc is thankful to Senators Frank R. Lautenberg, John F. Kerry, Edward M. Kennedy, Charles E. Schumer, Robert Menendez, Patrick J. Leahy and Kristen Gillibrand for their continued support as can be seen through their letter to Kenny MacAskill MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Justice of the Scottish Government. The letter expresses their belief that Abdel Basset al-Megrahi should remain in Scotland to complete his sentence. The full letter is attached.

Richard Marquise in Response to Lucy Adams at The Herald

Richard Marquise, a former FBI agent who investigated the bombing, wrote a letter to Lucy Adams at The Herald in response to her article Embarrassment to a nation or an act of compassion?. He shared his letter with the Victims of Pan Am Flight 103 as well as allowed The Herald to print it as a letter to the editor.

20th Anniversary Memorial Ceremony Photos

Images from the 20th Anniversary Memorial Ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery.

On December 21, 1988
Father Pat Keegan

Submit Photos for 20th Anniversary Slide Show

For the 20th Anniversary dinner program, we are preparing a slide show of the victims and/or their families. If you have pictures that you would like to submit, please contact slideshowphotos@victimsofpanamflight103.org. All pictures will be used solely for Victims of Pan Am Flight 103, Inc., including this web site. We request that you submit all photos by August 1, 2008.

For each submitted picture:

Pan Am 103 Families Call on Libya to Fulfill 100 Percent Justice to Victims

As State Department Announces Bilateral Negotiations with Libya, Families of the 1988 Lockerbie Bombing Urge Libya to be Held Accountable to 2003 Agreement

Panelists at 2008 Family Assistance Foundation Symposium

Victims of Pan Am Flight 103 Board Chairman, Glenn Johnson, Jr. his wife, Carole, and VPAF103 Secretary Kathy Tedeschi were panelists at this years Family Assistance Foundation Symposium on April 8, 2008 in Atlanta, GA. This event was extremely valuable. It provided the opportunity to share and receive "real life" tips and information in dealing with a crisis from top experts in their field. Their panel discussion with what they have experience during the nearly twenty years since the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, Dec. 21, 1988.

Photos from the 19th Anniversary Memorial Ceremony

These are a few pictures from the Pan Am Flight 103 19th Anniversary Memorial Ceremony.

Playing the pipes at the Cairn
Finding names
Secretary Chertoff speaking
Kara speaking
Reading names

Families Applaud Congressional Passage of FY08 State, Foreign Operations and Related Programs Appropriation Bill

Language prohibits U.S. foreign assistance to Libya until justice is fulfilled to American victims

Statement of Kara Weipz, President of Victims of Pan Am Flight 103:

"Today, the Victims of Pan Am Flight 103 applaud Congress for adopting the FY08 State, Foreign Operations and Related Programs Appropriations bill." The bill prohibits spending on U.S. foreign assistance to Libya until Libya honors commitments it made to the victims of Pan Am 103. It also requires the State Department to report to Congress every six months its efforts to bring justice to the victims.


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