The 2010 plane crash that killed President Lech Kaczynski and 95 others is now being called part of Moscow’s assassination plan.
“A Polish government special commission has reinforced its earlier allegations that the 2010 plane crash that killed President Lech Kaczynski and 95 others in Russia was the result of Moscow’s assassination plan,” reports Breitbart News.
“The latest of the commission´s reports, released Monday, alleges that an intentional detonation of planted explosives caused the April 10, 2010 crash of Soviet-made Tu-154M plane that killed Kaczynski, the first lady and 94 other government and armed forces figures as well as many prominent Poles,” reports Breitbart News.
The commission’s head, Antoni Macierewicz said their deaths were the result of an “act of unlawful interference by the Russian side.”
“The main and indisputable proof of the interference was an explosion in the left wing … followed by an explosion in the plane’s center,” said Macierewicz.
Macierewicz served as defense minister in Poland’s right-wing government from 2015-2018.
This “comes at a time when Russia has unleashed a war on Poland´s neighbor Ukraine, and among the current tense relations between Warsaw and Moscow. Poland supports Ukraine in its struggle against Russia and is calling for very tough sanctions on Moscow for its Feb. 24 invasion of Ukraine,” reports Breitbart News.
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