Category Archives: R Baer

The Legend of The Iranian Payment – UPDATE

I asked de Villiers about his next novel, and his eyes lighted up. “It goes back to an old story,” he said. “Lockerbie.” The book is based on the premise that it was Iran — not Libya — that carried … Continue reading

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CIA John Brennan & “The Conundrum of Iran”

“Today, 21 October 2015 and over the coming days WikiLeaks is releasing documents from one of CIA chief John Brennan’s non-government email accounts. Brennan used the account occasionally for several intelligence related projects.” [1] One of the document release is … Continue reading

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Lockerbie & The Legend of The Iranian Payment

Although this blog is devoted to PT/35(b), aka the “dodgy timer fragment”, I will once in a while allow myself to comment on other issues. Today, Pr. Black reminded us on his blog that on this day six years ago, … Continue reading

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Flashback: Veil of Secrecy over Lockerbie (22 May 2008)

Professor Black reminds us on The Lockerbie Case that on this day seven years ago, we learned from the Herald that the Lockerbie “Prosecutors will next week attempt to throw an unprecedented veil of secrecy over the appeal of the Lockerbie … Continue reading

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