Attorney General Bill Barr is marking the 32nd anniversary of the Pan Am Flight 103 terrorist bombing over Lockerbie, Scotland, with new charges.
The terrorist act killed 270 people on the plane and on the ground. Those who were killed included 190 Americans. Barr told a news briefing that the U.S. is filing charges against a third conspirator, who was unknown at the time the two other conspirators were charged. He said there is no question that the attack was aimed at the U.S.