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The Polish pilots are not blame according to nearly half of Poles. Nearly 40% of respondents believe the tragedy was caused by a terrorist attack according to a study conducted by TNS Polska for "wSieci" weekly.
Award-winning director Antoni Krauze has begun shooting a feature about the Smolensk air tragedy, depicting the events surrounding the Smolensk air disaster in 2010 that killed 96 people, including Polish President Lech Kaczyński.
On Saturday 13 March, 2010, Georgia's TV Imedi aired a hoax news report on the re-invasion of Georgia by the Russian Federation. The report included the scenario of the aircraft carrying Polish President Lech Kaczynski to Tbilisi being blown up, leading to the Polish President's death.
Now that we are distracted by the war against the Islamic State, what should the U.S. do in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine — in a way that deters future aggression and encourages regional peace? Author: John Lenczowski, President, The Institute of World Politics. >>
On 10 April 2010 the Polish aircraft Tu-154M was flying at least a few metres above the ‘Smolensk birch tree’. This is the conclusion reached in an expert opinion that has been in the hands of the military prosecutor’s office since 2011. The expert opinion was compiled by ATM, the manufacturer of the aircraft’s Polish black box. >>
On 10 April 2010, a Polish aircraft carrying the Polish President and 95 other people was destroyed in Smolensk. Four years later, the Russians shot down a Malaysian Boeing 777 carrying almost 300 people from the Netherlands, Malaysia, Australia and other countries. Here are some differences and similarities of these two events.
A court in Warsaw has ruled that the Prosecutor must reopen the case concerning irregularities in the organisation of flights to Smolensk. "The omissions on the part of state officials are very serious. These concern the failure to provide adequate security for the President’s visit, which directly exposed him to danger. The ineptitude and incompetence of state officials should be subject to legal sanctions – said Bartosz Kownacki, legal representative to some of the family members of the Smolensk victims. >>
"The nature and frequency of errors that occurred during the investigation into the Smolensk disaster make it impossible to treat it as a series of unfortunate accidents." – Piotr Pszczółkowski, legal representative to a number of family members of the Smolensk victims.
On July 25th, 2014, family members of the Smolensk crash victims have sent a letter to Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte concerning Malaysian flight MH17.