There will also be claims that the truth was covered up by the US and UK to keep relations with Syria sweet. The Syrian regime was allegedly useful to the west at that time, when Saddam Hussein ruled Iraq. And of course we in the west liked portraying Colonel Gaddafi of Libya as a monster responsible for terrorist activity globally.
The accusation is that the attack was "ordered by Iran and carried out by a Syrian-based terrorist group."
Although some have condemned the timing of this latest conspiracy theory, just as western relations with Iran are thawing, should that be a reason for prolonging lies or supressing the truth?
Relatives of British victims who died in the Lockerbie bombing have always claimed there was a cover up and they have welcomed this latest information.
Watch the documentary to see what you think.
In 2012 Abdelbaset al-Megrahi, the main man believed to have been behind the bombing died, still claiming he was innocent of the terrorist attack. Scottish ministers have said they would not have a problem with launching a posthmus appeal into the conviction of al-Megrahi, who served time for the Lockerbie bombing. He was released on compassionate grounds when he had terminal cancer.
Although some politicians may shy away from opening such an old wound as Lockerbie relatives of victims still desire the truth. At the time of Abdelbaset al-Megrahi's death TEK said:
The death of Abdelbaset al-Megrahi yesterday closes a chapter in terrorist attacks but for many it leaves unanswered questions. UK PM Cameron commenting on the news said our thoughts should be with the 270 fatalities of the Lockerbie plane bomb. PanAm flight 103 was on its way from London to New York in December1988 when a bomb exploded. It killed all 243 passengers and 16 crew members plus 11 members of the public when the debris fell to earth in the Scottish village of Lockerbie.
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