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The Maltese Double Cross (1994)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 16 November 1994 (UK)
An investigation into the crash of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland.

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Martin Cadman ...
Himself - Father of William Cadman
William Barr ...
US Attorney General 1991 (archive footage)
Innes Graham ...
Himself - Scottish Farmer
Jim Swire ...
Himself - Father of Victim (as Dr. Jim Swire)
Jane Swire ...
Herself - Mother of Victim
Charles Price ...
Himself - US Ambassador to UK
Linda Forsyth ...
Herself - Pan Am Heathrow Ground Hostess
Jim Berwick ...
Himself - Pan Am London Security
George Stobbs ...
Himself - Lockerbie Police Inspector
Tam Dalyell ...
Himself - UK Member of Parliament (as Tam Dalywell)
David Fieldhouse ...
Himself - Police Surgeon (as Dr. david Fieldhouse)
David Ben-Aryheah ...
Himself - Journalist
Andrew Albert Christian Edward ...
Himself - HRH Prince Andrew (archive footage)
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Herself - UK Prime Minister (archive footage)
Eric Spofforth ...
Himself - Volunteer Searcher
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An investigation into the crash of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland.

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Lord Fraser is seen drawing the 1991 indictment against the two Libyan suspects. However, years later, when Abdelbaset Al-Megrahi was convicted of 270 counts of murder, he cast doubt upon the reliability of the main prosecution witness, Tony Gauci. Lord Advocate, Colin Boyd, who was chief prosecutor at the Lockerbie trial, reacted by saying: "It was Lord Fraser who, as Lord Advocate, initiated the Lockerbie prosecution. At no stage, then or since, has he conveyed any reservation about any aspect of the prosecution to those who worked on the case, or to anyone in the prosecution service." Boyd asked Lord Fraser to clarify his apparent attack on Gauci by issuing a public statement of explanation. See more »

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