Family: US trial of Abu Agila Al-Mariami postponed to December

The trial of the Libyan national, Abu Agila Masud Al-Mariami, has been postponed from October to mid-December, according to a statement by Al-Marimi’s family to Libya Al-Ahrar TV channel.

Libyan national, Abu Agila Masud Al-Mariami, who is accused of being one of the masterminds behind the 1988 bombing of a passenger plane over Lockerbie, Scotland, that killed 190 Americans, pleaded not guilty to three charges in a US federal court last February.

In December 2022, the US Homeland Security Advisor Liz Sherwood-Randall said Washington lawfully took custody of Masud and brought him to the US where he would face charges for his alleged involvement in the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103.

The family tol Al-Ahrar that the trial was now delayed for the fourth time, adding that his health conditions were stable after he had suffered some health problems lately.


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