The 2010 Katyń Families Association

Between 21 -22 October 2013, Warsaw hosted a two day conference on the Smolensk plan crash, with the participation of academics, scientists, experts and relatives of the Smolensk plane crash.

 

Here is summary of the main conclusions in 12 bullet points.

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16.11.2013


23 pages. All the facts.
- Flight preparations
- Before the tragedy
- After the crash
- The "investigation"
- TNT chronology
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02.11.2013


VIDEO: - "There is something incredibly evil about the whole thing [...] ultimately good will always defeat evil, even if what happened today was an absolutely evil tragedy."

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01.11.2013


Family members of the Smolensk crash victims have addressed an open letter of appeal to Chancellors of Polish and foreign universities and higher education institutions in the EU, the USA and Canada, the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, the President of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Members of Parliament and Senators of the Republic of Poland. >>


24.10.2013


Between 21 -22 October 2013, Warsaw hosted a two day conference on the Smolensk plan crash, with the participation of academics, scientists, experts and relatives of vicitms.

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24.10.2013


A leaked report, drafted by the only Polish accredited to the Russian investigation blames the Russians for the crash and calls for a new report into its causes. Edmund Klich believes that the final Russian IAC/MAK report must be rejected in its entirety due to lack of professionalism, lack of cooperation and sever manipulations.

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15.09.2013


Danish weekly Ingeniøren in its most recent issue has published an article on the findings and studies of Eng. Glenn Jørgensen who states that "the birch tree could not have been the cause behind the crash of the Polish TU154M in Smolensk, four years ago." >>


26.07.2013


Prof. Jorgensen initially considered the official version presented by the Russian Interstate Aviation Committee and the Polish governmental team to be the most probable course of events. However, after months of research and calculations, he realised that the two governmental committees presented a misleading picture and set of circumstances into the causes and course of events of the disaster.

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25.07.2013


Military investigators on June 27th, 2013, claimed that previously detected TNT particles by devices discovered on the wreckage of the plane in Smolensk were not after analysis of an explosive material origne. However, military prosecutors admitted that an explosion could not be ruled out at this stage.

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30.06.2013


Families demand exclusion of 6 prosecutors from the Smolensk investigation under suspicion of negligence, criminal liability and partiality.


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29.06.2013