For some reason the serious problems with the Lockerbie case is little known in this country. I've never been sure why.
In Scotland, with a large part of one of their towns destroyed and many of their own citizens dead, there has been a lot of concern about bringing out the truth and not just a laundered, politically-convenient version as was tragically presented at the trial.
For anyone who wants to understand more about the indignation of the Scottish people over the handling of Lockerbie, I suggest reading this:
And in a day or two, I'll be back to taking about writing--Promise.
Edit; This didn't work as a link but does when copied and pasted. Sorry. I'm not sure why.