Saturday, October 20, 2012

Russian Propoganda in the Death of a Polish President

Back in May of 2010, I wrote a post titled How to Kill a Polish President and Use Bad Weather as an Accomplice.

In a portion of the post, I linked to an article that was about the Russian who took a video of the crash site of President Lech Kaczynski.
 
As an aside to the video, there was the allegation that the videographer was murdered adding to conspiracies about gunshots heard in the video.

The allegation about the videographer being murdered proved to be a hoax. The Russian authorities allowed the person who took the video to issue a
statement.

I was surprised that the burning wreckage, scattered among things, broken trees can not see at all the people. Even thought it crashed machine or military transport, and not the passenger. No bodies, no wounded, and we do not hear anyone calling assistance. I was close enough and believe me that if I heard a cry for help, I would not hesitate for a second.  (translated)
 
Given the deaths in this crash and where the videographer was, the comments made by the videographer on there being no dead bodies is suspect.

In another video published by the Polish news, a camerman had walked over to the same area where the amatuer video was, but the camerman was escorted from the area.

The area had emergency vehicles there.

Video link of camerman being escorted.

At 2:19 the camerman is looking towards the direction of the runway and where the nose of the aircraft was and at 2:47 the camerman begins to walk towards the same area the amatuer videographer was and is escorted away by Russian authorities.
 
The point of emphasis here is where the Russian states there were no bodies, no wounded and did not hear anyone call for assistance. He stated he could not see any people.
 
However in another video where a Polish T.V. crew was led away, that is the scene where the Russian had videotaped.
 
Now in newly published articles, the Polish government is outraged at the publication of the dead bodies.
 
Poland expects decisive action from Russian authorities, including an investigation and punishment of persons responsible for internet leak of drastic pictures of the presidential Tu-154 air crash victims, Poland's Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski said in a statement.

Polish President Lech Kaczynski and 95 others, including top Polish officials, perished in a crash on April 10, 2010, as their plane attempted to land in heavy fog at the Smolensk airport in Russia.

This is Russian propoganda in the Death of a Polish President.

Update: According to We the People on the WhiteHouse website, there is a petition asking the Obama administration's support for investigating the death of the Polish president.

 
 

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