Lockerbie families fear they may never discover who carried out bombing





Lawyers for the 57-year-old, who is dying of prostate cancer, said he had taken the unexpected decision after his condition took a "significant turn for the worse".

He is expected to be freed next week on compassionate grounds, but relatives of the victims had expected his appeal to continue, even after his death.

They reacted to the latest news with dismay and immediately renewed their calls for a full public inquiry into the atrocity in which 270 people died.




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