The Pan Am 103 Trial
The story of a crime
On December 21st
1988, Pan Am flight 103 crashed over the Scottish town of Lockerbie, killing
259 people on the plane and 11 on the ground. If you need detailed information
about the 10 year struggle from crash to trial, go to the Pan Am 103/Lockerbie
Crash Website. It contains all information, articles, official reports,
pictures, features, many interviews, discussion boards and much more.
Press upper link on left frame or go directly to http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/5260/.
For all those with a legal interest in the upcoming Lockerbie Trial,
you are invited in participating to write a legal paper or comment for
the International Legal Perspectives (ILP) in Oregon, USA, who
is pleased to announce its upcoming Lockerbie Trials Special Issue.
HERE to read more!
Trial news update
SPECIAL FEATURE: The Verdict - a NEW page, updated around the hour, with latest news, interviews, opinions, reports and pictures from judgment day at Camp Zeist !
Latest update on what happened in the courtroom and outside. Who took
the stand, what evidence was provided, who attended the trial and why.
Updated on an everyday basis.
An index of various handpicked articles, interviews, sound or video
files or overviews on items related to the trial and the bombing of Pan
What will happen next ? Find all important timetables, dates and alerts
to upcoming events at the courthouse in Camp Zeist.
For all those interested in the legal background of the Lockerbie trial.
What legal procedure is being used ? Learn to analyze and understand what
is going on and why - in understandable english.
For visitors, relatives, journalists and others interested in the trial
of the century. How to get there, whom to talk to, where to get a place
to stay and work. Addresses, phone, fax and email. Please update
me if you have any information that should be on that specific page.
If you have any ideas or comments to THIS website, you are more than welcome
to email me. My email address is email@example.com
This page is now fully working. However, please bear in mind, that the
trial hasn't started yet. No court schedules, i.e. exact timetables, hours
for court hearings etc. have been published yet.