Keeping Lockerbie Alive

Questions still burn for relatives of the Pan Am 103 victims

When Wendy Giebler finishes her job as a video production manager in Haverstraw, N.Y., each day, she starts a second shift of a more passionate nature. At home she spends five hours writing letters, preparing testimony, drafting speeches and devouring all the information she can find on how and why Pan Am Flight 103 exploded over Lockerbie, Scotland, last December, killing 270 people. One of the victims was William Giebler, 29, a bond broker who had married Wendy less than a year earlier. "I have nothing else left to live for," says Giebler, who transformed her grief into action. "This is...

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