December 14, 2012

Obama's state dept. cover up Russian terrorists in murdering Poland's president



Publication time: 10 December 2012, 23:11

Polish media, in particular a popular Warsaw newspaper Fakt, reports that the US State Department website posted an official response of the White House to an appeal to Obama by tens of thousands of Americans of Polish origin to establish an international commission to investigate the causes of the Smolensk disaster.

Phil Gordon, assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs, responded on Obama's behalf. Not mentioning the word "international commission", he expressed 2 times his "condolences to the Polish people", and writes (the newspaper printed the English original):

"In response to your petition, we note that Polish and Russian governments each conducted their own investigations".

A few hours later, the chairman of the parliamentary group on investigation of the causes of the Smolensk disaster, Antoni Macierewicz, responded to Gordon. A major Polish political magazine Wprost reports with reference to the opposition portal niezalezna.pl in a news story entitled "Traces of explosives may indicate to terrorist attack (Ślady materiałów wybuchowych mogą wskazywać na zamach)":

"The parliamentary group on investigation of issues related to the Smolensk disaster responded to the statement of the White House", said the MP from the party Law and Justice Antoni Macierewicz with regard to the Obama administration response to the appeal to create an international commission to investigate the causes of the Smolensk disaster.

"In its response, the White House did not respond to the issue of establishment of an international commission to investigate the causes of the Smolensk disaster, thus leaving this question open", said Macierewicz.

"It stated, however, that Polish authorities agreed to investigate the disaster under the Chicago Convention on Civil Aviation and refers to Polish and Russian government Miller and MAK commissions, respectively", the MP from the party Law and Justice added.

"It is important to ask the White House to respond to the appeal. The Parliamentary Group will respond to Washington's response. In response to this, we will, first of all, pay attention of the White House to new circumstances because Polish military prosecutors have found traces of explosives at the crash site of the Tupolev, which may indicate to a terrorist attack", he said

"These facts have been omitted by the authors of government reports and because of the seriousness of the issue, the establishment of an international commission is needed ", concluded Macierewicz.

Department of Monitoring
Kavkaz Center


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