Libya: 'Sick' Moussa Koussa has 'no Lockerbie secrets'





Libya's former foreign minister is a "sick and old" man who has no secrets about the Lockerbie bombing, Colonel Gaddafi's son has told the BBC.

In an interview with John Simpson, Saif al-Islam Gaddafi said Moussa Koussa left Libya to ensure he could continue treatment at a private London hospital.

Prosecutors investigating the Lockerbie bombing said they were hoping to meet Mr Koussa "in the next few days".

They believe he has information on the murders of 270 people killed in 1988.

Mr Koussa is believed to have been a senior figure in the Libyan intelligence service when Pan Am flight 103 was blown up over Lockerbie....


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