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From the archives: Pan Am 103

  December 21, 1988: Pan Am 103 a London to New York non-stop flight exploded over Lockerbie Scotland, killing all 259 people on board as well as 11 on the ground. NBC’s Tom Brokaw and Peter Kent report. Later, it was learned Moammar Khaddafy was responsible. 

Does Gadhafi’s death bring justice for lives lost?

  Brian Flynn, who lost his brother, John Patrick, in the Lockerbie bombings, explains whether Moammar Gadhafi’s death will bring peace to the families of Pan Am 103 victims.

Pan Am 103 family member: 'Elated' Gadhafi regime falling

  President of Families of Pan Am Flight 103, Victoria Cummock, joins msnbc to discuss her feelings now that Moammar Gadhafi's regime is crumbling in Libya. Gadhafi is widely believed to have been involved in the planning of the 1988 airline bombing over Lockerbie, Scotland.

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  Pan Am 103: From the archives

Dec. 21, 1988 Pan Am Flight 103, exploded over Lockerbie Scotland killing all 259 people on board as well as 11 on the ground. It was not immediately known a bomb exploded on board. NBC’s Tom Brokaw, Peter Kent and Robert Hager report.

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