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Funeral services today in Libya for the only man convicted in the 1988 bombing of pan am flight one -- three.
Bob -- must set all McGraw he was laid to rest surrounded by family and friends.
Just the latest injustice for the families of McGraw he's victims who protest of the 2009.
In which Great Britain released him from a Scottish prison allowing him to return to Libya.
Greg Palkot live in London with more on that -- John it was a pretty low key and gain for a man who -- -- -- worldwide controversy and attention.
The body on the boss of Al-Megrahi.
Convicted in the bombing that plane over Lockerby Scotland.
Which left 270 dead including many Americans buried today.
In Tripoli it'll -- -- -- guilt about 100 family members worry in attendance.
He died from cancer yesterday it was that release on the quote compassionate grounds from jail back in 2009 which really -- such a stir.
Doctors at the time said he might only have three months to live he lived.
For close to another three years the allegations were made at the time that the release was free to leave it to possible deals.
Between the UK government and the Libyan government of the late leader Moammar Qaddafi.
Officials here denying that right -- to this day also telling me today.
That the case remains open one official explaining.
Batman -- -- he was a convicted it was asserted he did not act alone and that means that more guilty people could be out there in -- just last month.
FBI director Mueller and the top Scottish prosecutors met with the leadership of the new Libyan government still.
Without McGraw yeah there would McGraw he gone that could mean that a lot of evidence could be go on with them having spent some time and -- all over the years.
Got to be very upsetting for the folks there and of course.
Folks back and states.
Margaret -- reporting line of credit thank you.
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