Smolensk 2010 – After six years we still don’t know what really happend that day

Six years have passed since the tragedy, and Poles still do not know the true cause of the death of the Polish president and other members of the official delegation en route to the 70th annual commemoration of the Katyn Massacre. Opinions of independent experts are ignored or ridiculed. Russia has retained all evidence.
1. The aircraft wreck.
2. Black boxes.
3. Pieces of the plane wreck collected by Polish archeologists and records of the plane fragments and human remains.
4. Victims’ cellular phones and laptops.
5. Full information about the work of special services in the first hours after the incident.
6. The real “mission” of IL-76 aircraft which appeared over the airport right before the crash.
Polish institutions do not stand up for the return of the evidence.
On his delegation to Tbilisi to stop the Russian aggression in Georgia, the late President Lech Kaczynski outlined Russia’s intentions, which now are becoming the reality in Ukraine.
It is our duty as Poles in Canada to fight for truth in the Katyn and Smolensk matters. The Smolensk tragedy must be investigated by an independent international committee according to accepted standards, and those who are guilty of causing the tragedy should be tried and punished.

Maria Szonert-Binienda:

“The year 2009 leading up to April 10, 2010 was marked by an unprecedented media onslaught on President Lech Kaczynski. He was attacked and ridiculed for his every move and every word. His every public appearance was used to discredit him in the eyes of the public. All the mainstream media were engaged in the massive assault on President Lech Kaczynski. Looking back, the statement of a Russian FSB agent Alexander Litwinienko made just before his untimely death that the public must be adequately prepared for a political assassination was prophetic.

On the morning of April 10, 2010, President Lech Kaczynski, the entire Central Command of the Polish Armed Forces, and representatives of the patriotic elite of Polish society evaporated in the crash of the Polish Air Force One in Smolensk, Russia. Poland froze. Top Polish generals most dedicated to NATO integration were killed in Smolensk. Anna Walentynowicz, the founding mother and true hero of the Solidarity Movement was also lost in Smolensk. Six years later her body remains unidentified. By the decision of Prime Minister Tusk, full control over the Smolensk investigation and all the evidence, including autopsy and identification of the bodies, was left in Russian hands, and the case is yet to be properly investigated.  In the aftermath of Smolensk, the PO/PSL coalition effectively solidified total control over the media in order to convince the public that late President Kaczynski, who “forced the pilot to land at all cost,” was responsible for the crash”.

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photo: “w Sieci”