Letter: Scots can find Lockerbie truth

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The Independent Online
PERSONAL circumstances mean that I have followed - with much greater interest than might be expected of a Basque citizen of Spain - the election of the first Scottish Parliament in almost 300 years. Considerable changes are to be expected. Is there, then, room to hope that the full truth about the preventable carnage of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie in 1988 (in which my sister was a casualty), will finally be pursued and achieved?

I vehemently urge the Scottish Parliament to use its new-found independence from London (hence Washington) and take the necessary action.