Lockerbie victim's mother: Gadhafi's death doesn't bring closure

CAPE MAY - It was nearly 23 years ago when Pan Am Flight 103 blew up over Lockerbie, Scotland, taking the lives of 189 Americans, many of whom were from New Jersey.

Moammar Gadhafi was the alleged mastermind behind that terrorist attack. Tonight, the mother of one victim, Susan Cohen, says she's overjoyed by the news of Gadhafi's death.

Cohen's daughter, Theodora, was a 20-year-old Syracuse student when she was on the flight. Cohen thanks President Barack Obama and applauds recent U.S. operations in Libya.

While Cohen is celebrating Gadhafi's death, she says it does not bring closure.

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