October 2, 2012

KATYN 2. Russians replaced corpse of assassinated Polish president's bodyguard. Apparently, he was shot dead after crash



Publication time: 1 October 2012, 13:57
Popular Polish newspaper Fakt reported on new developments around the Russian terrorist attack at Smolensk on April 10, 2010, when Polish President Lech Kaczynski and 95 other members of the Polish elite were murdered by the KGB or GRU, or both, under Putin's order:

"Will this nightmare ever end? In an interview to weekly Wprost, Johanna Racewicz, widow of Pawel Januczka, officer from the BOR unit (Polish government agency for protecting local VIP's - KC) admitted that she was not convinced that it was her husband's body that had been buried.

- Earlier, whenever I went to the cemetery, I was sure that I was going to the grave of my husband. Recently, it all changed - she said in the interview.

It has really all changed dramatically when it was revealed that the coffin of Anna Walentinowicz, the Solidary Movement founder, killed in Smolensk Disaster, contained a corpse of another woman.

In Russian autopsy reports, blood samples and the data referred not to Pawel Januczka but to a completely different person. "

It is worth reminding that according to an amateur film, shot immediately after the Smolensk massacre by later murdered Ukrainian journalist Andrey Menderey, some Poles survived the KGB-staged explosion of the Polish aircraft with president Kaczynski on board, and they were executed by operatives of the Russian KGB on the ground after the crash.

In this case, the president's bodyguard apparently survived the 2 explosions on board and the crash, and was eliminated by the KGB killers' squad while firing back on his murderers. His body had to be replaced by the Russians because it contained Russian bullets.

To date, this film has been viewed by more than 4 million people on the Internet. The film with deciphered words of KGB killers and survived Poles can be viewed at this link.

Department of Monitoring
Kavkaz Center

http://kavkazcenter.com/eng/content/2012/10/01/16748.shtml