Recently, ABC News produced a short investigative piece on the Smolensk plane crash entitled: "How Poland Coped When Most of Government Was Killed in Plane Crash". Unfortunately, an opportunity has been missed to shed light on actual key facts.
A speech delivered on 21st October 2016 by Mrs Ewa Kochanowska (wife of Smolensk crash victim Janusz Kochanowski) in the Polish Parliament during a sitting of the Defence Committee addressing the exhumations of the Smolensk crash victims announced by the Polish Prosecutor's Office.>>
A commission appointed to investigate the 2010 presidential plane crash has said that there were serious shortcomings in a report on the crash drafted by the previous government.
Warsaw's National Opera hosted on Monday, Sept. 5, 2016. the premiere of "Smoleńsk," a film by veteran award-winning director Antoni Krauze about the 2010 plane crash which killed 96 people, including former Polish President Lech Kaczyński.
Prosecutors want to examine remains amid claims the crash, which killed president Lech Kaczyński, may have been caused by an explosion.
What we know about the course of the Smolensk crash? Findings of the Organizing Committee and the Scientific Committee of the Smolensk Conferences.>>
On Tuesday 11th May, members of the Council of Ministers of the Law and Justice government audited the eight-year rule of the Civic Platform and Polish People's Party coalition that was ousted in elections last year and now in opposition. >>
After six years, Poland again starts to investigate the plane crash, killing Polish President Lech Kaczynski and other state officials.
Defence Minister Antoni Macierewicz hinted at an explosion as a possible cause saying the plane had "disintegrated" before crashing.>>
A hypothesis investigated by the Committee for Investigation of National Aviation Accidents