Gadhafi meets with Lockerbie family members in NYC

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September 26, 2009 08:44

 
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A woman whose brother died in the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, said she and another victim's relative met in New York City with Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, whose country has been blamed for the attack. Colorado Springs, Colorado, attorney Lisa Gibson said the meeting with Gadhafi at the Libyan Mission to the United Nations on Wednesday was arranged through a Libyan ambassador. "He generally said he was sorry for the loss, but we didn't go into any details about the bombing," Gibson said of the 10-minute meeting with Gadhafi, who making his first visit to the US to attend the UN General Assembly.

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