In reference to an article published in the weekly newsmagazine “Do Rzeczy”, the Chief Military Prosecutor's Office issued a statement admitting that in addition to TNT, devices used in Smolensk on the wreckage of the plane detected nitro compounds, octogen (HMX) and hexogen (RDX)>>
Three years following the suspicious Smolensk plane crash new developments and evidence continue to surface.
Author: Paweł Styrna>>
52% of Poles believe that the reasons for the crash have still not been clarified and do not believe in official accounts of the causes of the crash. Whereas, 31,7% of Poles believe that the delegation to Smolensk was assassinated.>>
A district court in Warsaw has ruled that the case regarding the preparations for the tragic April 2010 flight to Smolensk, Russia, should be reopened. Investigations have shown that the flight was poorly prepared and that severe “irregularities” had occurred.>>
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.>>
Autopsy documentation in some cases revealed emphysema, diagnosed and manifested as a result of alveolar destruction.>>
The Military Prosecution Office in Warsaw requested in 2010 an expert opinion from an American geoinformation company SmallGis. The expert report that was sent back to the Polish Military Prosecution was entitled “likely sites of explosions” >>
"Death of the President" of the "Mayday Air Crash Investigation" documentary series raises controversy. The movie reconstructs the events based on a political screening adaptation of both Polish (Miller's Commission) and Russian (MAK) governmental reports.>>
Military Prosecutor's Office confirme that General Andrzej Blasik had no effect on the operation of the flight crew, explicitly denying all Russian and Polish governmental report speculations.
One of the episodes entitled "Death of the President" of the "Mayday. Air Crash Investigation" documentary series aired on National Geographic Channel on Jan 27th 2013, devoted to the Smolenk crash has raised much controversy in Poland. >>