21 June 2014 Speaker
UNMASKING THE LOCKERBIE BOMBERS
The bombing of Pan American Airlines flight 103 from London to New York on the night of December 21, 1988, resulted in the deaths of 270 people. Jack Christie, former Chief of CIA’s Foreign Finds Laboratory, will tell the exciting story of the efforts to determine the cause of the explosion, identify the perpetrators, and bring them to justice. You can hear all about it at the June 21, 2014 meeting of the Maine Chapter of the Association of Intelligence Officers, at 2:00 p.m. at the Brick Store Museum Program Center. The story reflects the close cooperation between the U.S. and Scottish intelligence and police agencies. As much of the Pan Am 103 story has (by design) not been reflected in the mass media, Jack will attempt to tell “the rest of the story”.
Jack Christie joined the CIA Office of Technical Services in 1970 as an Electronics Engineer designing and producing small electronic devices for support of field operations. The mission of the Foreign Finds Laboratory is to analyze and identify the origin and technical ability of electronic devices targeted against US interests in the field.. Jack continued to work part-time as a contractor until 2012.
The meeting, which is open to the public, will be Saturday, June 21, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. at the Brick Store Museum Program Center, 4 Dane Street, Kennebunk, Me. For information call 207-967-4298.
Please note the upcoming changes in the meeting locations
21 June The Program Center, Brickstore Museum.