10 January 1990
The fifth internatonal conference took place at Lockerbie. The minutes for this meeting are contained in Volume D of the application, at footnote 347. There is no specific mention of any fragment of circuit board in the minutes. A further copy of these minutes was obtained from D&G. Again, there is no mention of the circuit board fragment.
(NB. The page dedicated to the history of PT/35(b) since its alleged discovery on 12 May 1989 has been updated.)
Let me get this straight.
PT/35(b) was discovered on May 12 1989.
The 3rd Lockerbie Investigation international conference was held in Washington DC at the end of May 89. No information about PT/35(b) is given.
The 4th Lockerbie Investigation international conference was held in Germany in mid September 89. Again, not a word about the discovery of PT/35(b).
According to the official SCCRC investigation, nothing of significance happened from May 12 1989 till January 1990 as far as PT/35(b) is concerned.
But, at the 5th Lockerbie Investigation international conference held in Lockerbie in January 1990, Henderson felt necessary to speak (privately) to FBI Marquise and Kelso about the existence of PT/35(b)?
“Henderson wanted to ensure that we (Marquise and Kelso) were aware of this development.” (Scotbom; Marquise page 58.)
Why? Can anyone explain to me why this information was shared at this point in time and, I must add, “in a corner of the conference room”?
To be continued.