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Title: Polish leader's death 'assassination'
Post by: Brocke on March 28, 2012, 02:50:26 pm
Polish leader's death 'assassination'

    From correspondents in Warsaw
    March 29, 2012 5:20AM

JAROSLAW Kaczynski, the twin brother of the Polish president who died in a 2010 plane crash in Russia, claims the accident is looking increasingly like an assassination and called on the European Union to investigate.

The plane carrying Lech Kaczynski crashed in heavy fog during an attempted landing at an airport near Smolensk, Russia, on April 10, 2010. All 96 people on board were killed.

Many Poles accept the official explanations. But Jaroslaw Kaczynski, a conservative party leader who is deeply suspicious of Russia, has criticised them.

Overnight, he called on EU politicians to look into the issue, saying it's not just of importance to Poland.

Russian and Polish reports last year blamed pilot error and fog. Poland also blamed poor guidance from the Russian air traffic controllers.

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Title: Re: Polish leader's death 'assassination'
Post by: Dig on March 28, 2012, 05:25:17 pm
Russian and Polish reports last year blamed pilot error and fog.

The ol' "PILOT ERROR" excuse used for over 60 years.

Check this shit out...

1951 No Highway in the Sky
Staring Jimmy Stewart

Quote from the openning lines of the movie...

Sir Philip: Listen Scotty, pilots and desks, dogs and cats, natural enemies. We've got a theme song, you can laugh, pilot's error. Whenever anything goes wrong with their calculations and there's a smash up, pilot's error. Rosie. You remember Harry Ward?

Dennis Scott: Yes I do.

Sir Philip: Well look at what they did to him. He was piloting that Reindeer when it flew into the hill at Labrador a couple of motnhs ago. All in little pieces, nothing to go on. Pilot dead, so pilot's error.

Dennis Scott: You don't think it was pilot's error.

Sir Philip: With Harry Ward, Scott? You can't be serious. They said he was dropping off altitude in an overcast. He wouldn't do a crazy thing like that, he'd be tried.