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Polish Defence Minister Says Russia Admits Smolensk Crash Unsolved

Poland's Defence Minister Antoni Macierewicz claimed on Friday that Russian authorities have admitted the causes of the 2010 Smolensk air disaster remain unsolved.
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Macierewicz cited an interview that the Russian ambassador in Poland gave in the lead-up to Friday's bilateral talks in Moscow involving the deputy foreign ministers of both countries.
Referring to Russia's failure to return the wreck of the Tu-154M plane in which 96 Poles died, Ambassador Sergey Andreyev told Poland's Rzeczpospolita daily that it would be returned “when both Polish and Russian investigations are in agreement on the basic causes of the disaster.”
Macierewicz has said that Andreyev's remarks were “an admission that those causes are still not explained.”
Following the April 2010 crash, an official Polish report pointed to a catalogue of Polish errors as well as to mistakes made by Russian staff at the control tower of Smolensk Military Airport. A Russian report placed all the blame on the Polish side.
A Russian investigation is ongoing, and Moscow has consistently said that the wreck will be returned when the probe is over.
However, Macierewicz's Law and Justice party, which came to power following Poland's 25 October general election, has dismissed both the Polish and Russian reports published to date.
Macierewicz has championed a theory that an explosion occurred, causing the plane to crash.
"The truth will be determined through research and an investigation into what really happened,” Macierewicz said.
All aboard the presidential plane died. According to reports published thus far, the plane flew too low and hit trees.
Casualties included the then Polish president Lech Kaczyński, politicians from various parties, and prominent public figures based in Poland and abroad.
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Re: Polish Defence Minister Says Russia Admits Smolensk Crash Unsolved

I think I can spell the culprit's name.

'K-G-B'.

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I think I can spell the culprit's name.

'K-G-B'.
You mean FSB right

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the tapes of the cockpit v r are clear: the politicians wanted to land asap, and the pilots disagreed ... cos of fog
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Re: Polish Defence Minister Says Russia Admits Smolensk Crash Unsolved

A new Polish state commission reviewing the 2010 plane crash in Smolensk, Russia that killed President Lech Kaczynski and 95 others said that flight recordings were manipulated in possible efforts to hide the real cause of the tragedy and that a new probe is needed.

Polish Defense Minister Antoni Macierewicz said there was “irrefutable proof of falsifications, manipulations and obfuscation of the truth.”
Defense Minister Antoni Macierewicz, who appointed the commission, said on Thursday that the “black box” recordings recovered from the accident had been “manipulated and shortened,” with the vital last seconds of the flight missing.

The previous investigation team, appointed by Donald Tusk, then Poland's prime minister, put the blame for the accident mainly on pilot error, poor guidance by Russian controllers in dense fog and very poor visibility at the military airport in Smolensk, where the Polish delegation was traveling for a joint memorial with Russia marking the massacre of Polish officers by Soviet agents during World War II.
According to Macierewicz, the probe by his predecessors concealed facts such as engine and instrument failure as the plane approached the military airport in dense fog,.

“There’s indisputable evidence that the truth has been hidden in previous probes," Macierewicz told reporters in Warsaw on Thursday. From the start, Polish investigators agreed to coordinate their findings with the Russians, instead of working independently to find out what happened, according to a presentation shown to reporters.

As proof they showed secret footage in which the previous commission's head, then-interior minister Jerzy Miller, told his team that their report should be in line with the Russian one to avoid any questions about inconsistencies and "conspiracy theories."

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