October 18, 2012

KATYN 2. American expert confirms some Poles survived in Russian terrorist attack

Publication time: 15 October 2012, 01:32

A Polish portal W Politice reported on new developments around the Russian terrorist attack near Smolensk on 10 April 2010. It writes:

Prof. Kazimierz Nowaczyk, expert of the Polish Parliamentary Group investigating the causes of the Tu-154M crash, made a presentation in the Palladium Hall in Warsaw. The presentation was also attended by the chairman of the group, MP Antoni Macierewicz.

After the presentation, the professor responded to questions from the audience.

Asked whether passengers some passengers could survive in the crash, Prof. Nowaczyk, citing the words by Dr. Szuladzinski, said:

 - It is highly unlikely that all of them died. As for the explosion, it is another matter. It depends on what resources were used, we need to know the course of events, because it is not only the explosion, which occurred at a certain height, but there is also another matter - a delay of assistance which may be intentional (it was a politcorrectness, all the people present knew perfectly well that the survived Poles were killed by a hit team of the KGB (FSB), but it is impossible to speak about it openly at a System's conference held by a System's parliamentary party - KC).

Asked about the satellite images of the fragments of the aircraft from the United States, he said:

- Satellite images, obtained by the Polish side from Americans, have been lost. What images they were, I do not know. And I still can not find these images. Where could the documents handed to another state from the federal body of another country disappear? I do not know where they disappeared, he added.

Department of Monitoring
Kavkaz Center


KATYN 2. Polish lawyer: America knows truth about Russian murder of Polish President

Publication time: 17 October 2012, 01:56
A Polish internet newspaper Wirtualna Polska reported on further developments around the gristly murder of 96 Poles by the Russian at Smolensk on April 10, 2010:

"Stefan Hambura, family lawyer of late Anna Walentynowicz, said in an interview with Uwazam Rze that the US monitored the Smolensk disaster by all possible means.

- Sooner or later, the truth will be revealed, he said.

Asked why Americans did not disclose their information on the Smolensk tragedy, he said:

- They're not interested. Recall that they were silent about the Katyn until 1953. It will be the same right now. When the political situation changes, they will talk.

"Soon we will witness another sensation. Struggle for justice enters into a new phase, added Stefan Hambura.

Department of Monitoring
Kavkaz Center