Duggan claimed: “That reporter was invited to the house for the interview, as were SkyNews, the Telegraph, and other newspapers, and Megrahi’s son was emailing all this information to the Libya shills in England and Scotland. I don’t believe CNN, and I certainly don’t believe SkyNews, who reported that Megrahi had died last year.”
Pan Am 103 widow Kathy Tedeschi, whose first husband Bill Daniels was a passenger on the doomed flight, is equally dismissive.
“I don’t believe for a minute that he is really at death’s door,” she told The Daily Beast. “I personally won’t believe anything about him until I know he’s in the ground or cremated.” Referring to the initial dire prognosis of the British doctors who examined Megrahi, who had been sentenced to life in prison, she added: “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me … I watched that CNN thing through twice, and the reporter is climbing up and looking all over the place, and waiting a long time before the family let him in. That’s plenty of time to set the stage.”