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Statement in Response to July 25 Sunday Times Article on the Release of Al-Megrahi

U.S. Embassy London Press Office Statement in Response to July 25 Sunday Times Article on the Release of Al-Megrahi   The United States strongly and consistently opposed in all its exchanges with Scottish and British officials the release or transfer under any scenario of convicted PanAm 103 bomber Abdelbasset al-Megrahi. The August 12, 2009 letter to Scottish First Minister Alex

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U.S. Letter Regarding Continued Detention of Megrahi

26 July 2010 The July 25 Sunday Times article, “Revealed: US double-talk on Lockerbie,” included leaked excerpts of the August 12, 2009 letter from U.S. Embassy Chargé Richard LeBaron to Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond.  The article does not accurately reflect the strong and consistent opposition of the U.S. government to the release or transfer under any scenario of convicted

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President Obama and Prime Minister Cameron in Joint Press Availability

20 July 2010 Remarks by President Obama and Prime Minister Cameron of the United Kingdom in Joint Press Availability 1:58 P.M. EDT PRESIDENT OBAMA:  Good afternoon, everybody.  Please have a seat.  It is my great pleasure to welcome Prime Minister Cameron on his first visit to the White House as Prime Minister. We have just concluded some excellent discussions —

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Scotland’s Release of Pan Am 103 Bomber Disappointing, U.S. Says

August 20, 2009 The Obama administration says it is deeply disappointed by the decision of the Scottish Executive to release Abdel Basset Mohamed al-Megrahi, the only individual convicted in the 1988 bombing of Pan American World Airways Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland. In an August 20 statement, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton remembered the 270 individuals who were killed

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