The website is administered by The 2010 Katyn Families Association (established by family members of the Smolensk crash victims). It was initially created for the promotion of the public hearing held in the European Parliament in Brussels, on March 28th 2012.
The public hearing focused on the latest works of experts working with the non-governmental independent Polish Parliamentary Group in charge of investigating the causes of the 2010 Polish Air Force Tu-154 crash - The findings of experts reveal new facts and evidence into the circumstances of the crash. The public hearing was an opportunity for the international public at large to find out how inadequate the investigation and evidence examination has been to-date.
Information and documents linked to the public hearing can be found under the 'Public Hearing' tab.
The Polish and Russian governmental reports are unavoidably political, consequently biased in nature and possess an inherent conflict of interest (suffice to say, parties responsible for preparing and organising the flight, were the actual authors of the final Polish governmental report). Many findings of both Russian and Polish governmental reports have been proven to be false and unfounded, subsequently giving a misleading picture and set of circumstances into the death of 96 Polish EU citizens. It is worth mentioning that, the Polish committee investigating the circumstances of the Smolensk crash was created and operated pursuant to provisions that are contradictory to aviation law. With the Miller's committee being illegal, its final report has no legal basis.
The objective/aim behind this website and subsequent future initiatives is to:
- abolish false, hasty judgments and verdicts made;
- bring awareness and inform the general public at large of new findings;
- bring to light the true nature of events and circumstances behind the tragedy of April 10th 2010.
Our aim is not to fuel conspiracy theories. The only conspiracy theory is the birch tree theory. We are and remain committed to uncovering the facts of what actually happened on that morning. We have a duty, towards those left behind to honor them and their human rights. To ask for truth, justice, and remembrance.
For further information, questions you might have or to establish cooperation please contact SmolenskCrash@gmail.com. Do not hesitate to send feedback, comments or forward any relevant articles and documents you would like published on this website.