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Alistair Berkley and the Lockerbie bombing

Alistair Berkley and the Lockerbie bombing Alistair Berkley and the Lockerbie bombing
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Broad-leaf Cockspur Hawthorn (Crataegus x prunifolia) planted in memory of Alistair David Berkley, law lecturer in the Polytechnic of Central London, killed, aged 29, in the bombing of Pan Am 103 over Lockerbie on December 21st 1988.
A constant fighter against injustice anywhere in the world, dearly loved and sadly missed by his family and friends who are determined that his ideals shall not die with him.

Site: Alistair Berkley and the Lockerbie bombing (1 memorial)

WC1, Red Lion Square, garden

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Alistair Berkley and the Lockerbie bombing

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Lockerbie bombing

Pan Am 103 flying Heathrow to New York's JFK was destroyed by a bomb over Loc...

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Alistair David Berkley

Alistair David Berkley was born on 11 April 1959, the eldest of the three chi...

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