“Two explosions”, according to an official Polish report

The Polish Commission of Inquiry charged with clarifying the causes of the 2010 plane crash in Smolensk, Russia, which killed President Lech Kaczynski, attributed it to two explosions from on-board devices.

The real cause of the Smolensk disaster was two explosions in the last phase of the flightsays his report in particular. The Law and Justice Party (PiS) of Jaroslaw Kaczynski, twin brother of the late president, has been arguing for years for this statement of an explosion, ruled out by the previous commission of inquiry set up by the Liberal government of Donald Tusk.

First hypothesis of a meteorological cause excluded

This had attributed the fall of the plane and the death of 96 people on board on April 10, 2010 to bad weather conditions, as well as to the mistakes of Polish pilots and Russian air traffic controllers. The more than 300-page report posted on Tuesday’s webpage of the Second Commission suggests that explosives were introduced aboard shortly before during the plane’s renovation in Russia.

These repairs, according to the committee, took place at the Aviakor factories in Samara.then owned by Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska, a friend of then Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin“. She uses careful language, speaking of “opportunities“to place explosives and cause the deflagration”at the desired time and place thanks to an encrypted radio message

Traces of explosives and false information

The report states that traces of explosives were found on fragments of the plane and cites the recording of the final seconds of the flight, which shows a shock followed by exclamations from the crew. This sound is interpreted by the committee as the first explosion, while for the authors of the first study it is the collision of the device with a tree.

The new report also accuses Russian air traffic controllers thatawarefalse information passed on to the Polish pilots. To identify the possible sponsors of the operation, the report states a “illegal interferencedirected against President Kaczynski for his policies that conflict with Moscow’s interests.

The condition “scaleis not mentioned, as Jaroslaw Kaczynski did on Sunday, promising to present evidence and ask those responsible, “in Poland, but especially in Russiato identify and punish. Moscow refuses to return the wreckage, which has been claimed by Warsaw for years, saying it can only do so after completing its own investigation.

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