Thursday, October 15, 2015

2 New Libyan Suspects ID'd in Pan Am 103 Flight Bombing That Killed 35 Syracuse Univ Students Sam Mustafa Said US Needs Another Pan AM 103 And He Would Carry it Out

Scottish prosecutors said Thursday they have identified two Libyans as suspects in the 1988 bombing of a passenger jet over the town of Lockerbie that killed all 259 people on board, 35 of them Syracuse University college students, and 11 on the ground. Scotland's Crown Office said that Lord Advocate Frank Mulholland and U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch agreed "there is a proper basis in law in Scotland and the United States to entitle Scottish and U.S. investigators to treat two Libyans as suspects in the continuing investigation into the bombing of flight Pan Am 103." The two convened in Washington last month, the Justice Department confirms to Fox News. The two countries are asking Libyan authorities to help Scottish detectives and FBI officers interview the suspects in Tripoli, according to a statement. The unnamed Libyans are suspected of carrying out the bombing with Abdel Baset al-Megrahi, the only person convicted in the attack. Al-Megrahi, a former Libyan intelligence officer, was found guilty in 2001 of planting the explosive but was freed from a Scottish jail in 2009 on compassionate grounds because he had cancer – to the outrage of many victims' families. He died in Libya in 2012. The bomb blew up the New York-bound Boeing 747 as it flew over Scotland on Dec. 21, 1988. The case is still open, and after the 2011 fall of dictator Moammar Gadhafi, Britain asked Libya's new rulers to help fully investigate. But the country has since been wracked by chaos and political violence.

Lockerbie bombing: CIA believes 'to a man' that Iran carried out attack on Pan Am Flight 103, says former agent Robert Baer, who worked on the original investigation, says there was never any doubt that Iran, not Libya, ordered the attack on Pan Am Flight 103. Robert Baer said the CIA worked on the assumption that Iran had ordered the attack as revenge for the downing of an Iranian civilian flight in July 1988 by a US Navy warship. He also claimed a Syrian-based terrorist group called the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine – General Command (PFLP-GC) built the bomb and put it on board Pan Am Flight 103.

Tampa's Osama Sam Mustafa, Member of Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) a terrorist organization, has been getting away with it since 1991 after he told a police officer that the US needed another Pan AM 103 bombing attack December 21st 1988 and that he could be the one to carry out the attack. Thirty-five of the passengers were students from Syracuse University returning home for Christmas following a semester studying in London at Syracuse's London campus. Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine has a long history of hijacking passenger aircraft. The PFLP gained notoriety for a series of armed attacks and aircraft hijackings, including on non-Israeli targets. PFLP is described as a terrorist organization by the United States, Canada, and the European Union.

It appears from a Bail Forfeiture hearing that Osama Sam Mustafa’s GPS tracking device had been tampered with on or about August 28, 2013 and appeared idle in a wooded area off of Interstate 10 in North West Florida. Osama ‘Sam’ Mustafa fled from his 20 year federal prison sentence in a car or truck loaned to him by ‘associates’, the Federal government has been unable to find any of the $17.8 Million Mustafa he stole from the IRS, did this cash go to the terrorist organization Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) located in Gaza/West Bank that Osama Sam Mustafa is a member of?

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