October 30, 2012

Trinitrotoluene has been found on the TU-154 wreckage

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Jerzy Miller refuses to comment on Smolensk air crash in the light of finding explosives on the plane wreckage
Jerzy Miller, who was the head of the committee investigating the Smolensk air crash, has decided not to comment on any news concerning the events taking place on 10th April 2010. When asked to comment on the information published by the "Rzeczpospolita" daily and concerning finding traces of explosives on the wreckage of the TU-154 plane, Jerzy Miller refused to say anything. "All the findings from our examinations are in the hands of the prosecutor's office so please ask the prosecutor's office about all that because...
Jaroslaw Kaczynski: "This is an incredible crime"
"Murdering 96 people, including the President of the Republic of Poland, is an incredible crime. Anyone who had anything to do with it will be punished for it," said Jaroslaw Kaczynski during today's session of the Parliamentary Smolensk committee. However, at the very beginning late President Lech Kaczynski's brother commented on the death of the technician of the Yak-40, Remigiusz Mus. "Warrant officer Mus's death is a very important event in the light of today's information. Mr Mus made a statement in the military...
Is there a link between rebuilding the TU-154 and the explosion?
On 6th April 2010 there was a change in the configuration of the interior of the TU-154 plane from 90 to 100 seats for passengers. The change concerned salon number 3, in which there had been 8 places before and which was rebuilt so that there were seats for 18 people there. This salon, in which, among others, generals were sitting, was next to the part situated near the wing, which was destroyed to a great extent and in which the majority of the traces of explosives were found.
Were there traces of explosives on the victims' bodies?
On a few exhumed bodies of the Smolensk air crash victims traces of some strange substances, which could be explosives, were found. They were found on, among others, the body of Anna Walentynowicz whose bones had some blue colour, which can prove the use of trinitrotoluene. Polish experts went to Smolensk just due to the doubts which appeared during the autopsies of the exhumed bodies. As the "Rzeczpospolita" daily writes, "experts refused to sign the final expert opinion concerning the causes of the death without a...
Trinitrotoluene has been found on the TU-154 wreckage
"The Polish experts who examined the wreckage of the TU-154 plane discovered traces of explosives on it," informs the "Rzeczpospolita" daily. According to what the "Rzeczpospolita" has established, who found traces of trinitrotoluene on the wreckage of the TU-154 were Polish experts who spent a month in Smolensk and came back from there 2 weeks ago. These findings are the same as the findings of the scientists who presented the results of their work a week ago during the conference devoted to the Smolensk air crash. The...
Timoshenko's hunger strike after elections in Ukraine
"Imprisoned former Ukrainian Prime Minister, Yulia Timoshenko, has started a hunger strike in order to protest against, as she put it, "falsifying the Parliamentary elections,"" informed her lawyer yesterday. Timoshenko started a hunger strike in the hospital where she had been taken from prison a few months ago due to a serious spine illness. Barrister Serhiy Vlasenko informed that his customer had informed the penitentiary services about her protest. According to the current data, who received the highest number of...
Lieutenant Wosztyl is not guarded?
Colonel Zbigniew Rzepa from the Chief Military Prosecutor's Office claims that the Chief Military Prosecutor's Office "does not have a trial knowledge concerning any kind of a risk for any of the witnesses." At the same time Antoni Macierewicz, a Law and Justice MP and the leader of the committee investigating the Smolensk air crash, said to the Niezalezna.pl 2 days ago that lieutenant Artur Wosztyl should be protected in the same way as key witnesses. Who died on Saturday night was warrant officer Remigiusz Mus, who is...
Who will be carrying out the investigation concerning Remigiusz Mus?
The investigation concerning the death of the technician of the Yak-40, which on 10th April 2010 landed in Smolensk, is from now on to be carried out by the District Prosecutor's Office in Warsaw. The autopsy of Remugiusz Mus's body was planned to take place today at 12:15 p.m. in the Forensic Medicine Institute in Warsaw. It also turns out that from today on the investigation concerning his death will be carried out by the District Prosecutor's Office in Warsaw and not by the community prosecutor's office. The...