Update: October 24, 2015
This website was created to review the circumstances surrounding the crash of Pan Am 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland on December 21st, 1988. The website was created on December 20th, 2000, and developed into an extensive documentation of why Pan Am 103, TWA 800 and Air India 182 - all of which were early models of the Boeing 747 - crashed due to what appeared to be a metal fatigue failure of the joint between Section 41 and Section 42.
In 2007, Professor Robert Black, who was instrumental in arranging the trial of two accused Libyans, started a blog which continues to this day. This blog is by far the best site in which to follow current developments in this case in which evidence from a number of investigators point to the fact that neither Libya nor the PLO-GC were involved in the crash of Pan Am 103.
The following link will give you access to Professor Black's blog.
For further details, please read my book.
"PLANE TRUTH - AN INVESTIGATOR'S STORY" by Carl A. Davies
I am hoping that investigative reporters such as Glenn Greenwald (with "The Guardian"), Christine Negroni (with the "Huffington Post), and even Congressman Rush Holt, will pick up the story.
"A Private Investigator's Story"
by Carl A. Davies
"Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive."
Sir Walter Scott.
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This book can be purchased from amazon.com
I am in the process of writing the second edition of my book, which will include drastic developments in the investigation on Pan Am 103, TWA 800 and Air India 182.
I firmly believe this story will be hitting the worldwide news by December 21st, 2015 - 27 years since the Lockerbie disaster.
A signed copy of this version of my book can be acquired for $35.00 by contacting me at:
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