Category Archives: PT/35(b)

Lockerbie: Was PT/35(b) Evidence Fabricated?

DP/10 is undoubtedly the smallest and most important piece of evidence Lockerbie experts have never heard of. On this shortest and saddest day, I have decided to re-post this analysis. It is my hope that serious investigators will follow this … Continue reading

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The Lockerbie Secret Doc: Khreesat and the Swiss

“Marwan Khreesat is still wanted in connection with the bomb on the El Al flight. There can be little doubt that Khreesat is the bomb-maker for the PFLP-GC, that he was brought to West Germany for that purpose and there … Continue reading

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Lockerbie Forensic Notes: Page 49

In a recent post, I wrote the following: “Dr. Hayes began its work on December 27 1988 when he found evidence of an explosion on the lower frame of a luggage pallet. The work goes on – day after day … Continue reading

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THE LOCKERBIE SOLUTION(S): WAIT AND SEE…

Soon after the tragedy of Pan Am 103 on December 21st 1988, the investigators suspected that a Syrian-based terrorist group (the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine – General Command) was responsible. It was assumed by some (known by … Continue reading

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The “Lads and Lassies” MEMO

A reader asks if the “Lads & Lassies” MEMO is really referring to PT/35(b)? Is the curvature of the “edge” correct? Here is the MEMO, followed by the analysis of Feraday. I have also added the ROSE box details. [NB: CIA John … Continue reading

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PT/35(b) & The “Soldering” Mystery – UPDATE

NB: I have added three pics at the end of this post. (28/11/2015) You may remember that I recently asked you a simple question: ‘Why is there any “soldering” at the bottom of the “1” shaped pad of PT/35(b)?’ (See : … Continue reading

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PT/35(b) & The “Soldering” Mystery

You may remember that I recently asked you a simple question: ‘Why is there any “soldering” at the bottom of the “1” shaped pad of PT/35(b)?’ (See : PT/35(b): A Very Simple Question – UPDATE ) Several readers have suggested an explanation but … Continue reading

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