An investigation into the crash of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland.
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The documentary presents in an emotional way the fact that apparently there is somewhere an agency that categorizes people as important, or non-important, referring to the fact that some politicians and secret service agents canceled their reserves in PanAm flight 103, which were taken by non-important persons, who found a premature death in that flight. One of the persons who canceled his flight was Pik Botha of South Africa. Yet, the documentary omits that on December 22, 1988, the day after PA 103 was sabotaged, apartheid South Africa was scheduled to sign an agreement in NYC handing over control of South-West Africa (Namibia) to the United Nations. The UN Commissioner for Namibia, Bernt Carlsson, was due to attend the signing ceremony in New York but his travel plans were changed at short notice and, as a result, he became one of PA 103's victims. See more