ABC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 13, 2009
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(London: Nick Watt) The possibility that Libyan Abdel Ali al-Megrahi††, the sole person convicted in the 1989 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, may go free after 10 years in prison examined; details given of the reaction to the prospects of compassionate release for the ailing Megrahi. [Scottish justice secretary Kenny MacASKILL†- comments.] [Victim's mother Kathleen FLYNN†, State Department spokesman P.J. CROWLEY†, victim's father Jim SWIRE†- offer views on his release.]
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