Ken Dornstein’s 2015 documentary, My Brother’s Bomber, wrote a new chapter in the nearly 30 year-old story of the bombing of Pan Am 103 and played a key role in identifying 2 additional suspects. Last night, Dornstein’s work earned the journalist 2 Emmy awards:
My Brother’s Bomber, a brother’s gripping search for the terrorists who blew up Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, took home two Emmys. The emotional three-part series from filmmaker Ken Dornstein was recognized in both the “Outstanding Investigative Journalism — Long Form” and “Outstanding Research” categories.
Ken’s brother David was a passenger on the ill-fated 747 in 1988.