New Details on Mullahs' Role in Pan Am 103 Explosion

According to information received from Iran, the explosives used to blow up the Pan Am flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, were transferred from Frankfurt Airport by members of the Iranian Intelligence Ministry who acted under the guise of Iran Air employees.

Frankfurt's airport has always been used by the mullahs' religious, terrorist dictatorship as a connection point for transfer of arms and ammunition.

In December 1988, when the Pan Am jet blew up, killing hundreds of innocent people, Hossein Marvastizadeh, an Iranian Intelligence Ministry agent, was in charge of passing the explosives through Frankfurt Airport's transit area. Formally, he was the head of Iran Air's Protection in Frankfurt and enjoyed complete cooperation of Talebian, head of Iran Air office in Frankfurt at the time. Marvastizadeh presently is in charge of Yazd Airport in central Iran.

In addition to the Intelligence Ministry, the mullahs' Guards Corps also transferred numerous caches of arms and explosives through Frankfurt Airport to other countries in 1988.

On December 22, 1988, immediately after the Lockerbie incident, the Iranian Resistance announced that this anti-human crime had been committed by the Khomeini regime terrorists.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran - Paris
July 10, 1997

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