Relatives of those lost on the plane were skeptical of the new hospital footage.

“Pardon me, but he’s supposed to have prostate cancer. Why is he wearing an oxygen mask?” asked Susan Cohen, whose daughter Theodora was killed in the attack.

“With the mask, does he really need his glasses, too?” wondered Bob Monetti, who lost his son Rick.

Cohen noted that Megrahi was well enough just 12 days ago to climb onto a Libya-bound plane without help, and to pump his fist when he was greeted by cheering crowds in Tripoli, Libya’s capital – a scene that appalled the world.