The Lockerbie Bomber Abdelbaset al-Megrahi has been buried in Tripoli. He was the only person convicted of the atrocity, but tonight the possibility has been raised of fresh prosecutions.
A renewed investigation is underway to trace others who were involved in the bombing.
Three weeks ago, in Tripoli, the head of Scotland's prosecution service asked the new Libyan Government for its help.
In his first interview since the visit, Frank Mulholland said he was sufficeintly encouraged by the response to believe that at some point in the future, there could be fresh prosecutions.
FBI special agent Richard Marquise who helped build the case leading to Megrahi's conviction is unsure.
Scotland Tonight spoke with him, and in the studio spoke with Clare Connolly from the Lockerbie Trial Briefing Unit who believes that al-Megrahi's 2001 conviction was sound, and the SNP MSP Christine Grahame who is convinced of his innocence.
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