The New York Times is finally getting around to reporting what Government Against the People reported a week prior: that there’s something fishy about the plane crash that killed Poland’s president, Lech Kaczynski, along with numerous other top officials, including the president of Poland’s national bank.
The New York Times is also acknowledging, finally, that speculation that the president coerced the pilot to attempt a landing is merely that—speculation. A conspiracy theory, if you will. Government Against the People will leave such theorizing to the likes of the New York Times and will stick to the facts, raising questions when appropriate. From today’s Times article:
In Poland, meanwhile, some members of the late president’s Law and Justice Party remained suspicious of the Russian inquiry. Jolanta Szczypinska, one of the party’s senior members, called for a nonpartisan, international commission to investigate.
Ms. Szczypinska, who gave up her seat on the flight just hours before it took off, said she had been informed by Polish journalists at the crash site that Russian authorities demanded that witnesses who had been waiting to greet the dignitaries hand over their cameras and cellphones.
“I have flown many times on that plane and I knew the pilots, and I am convinced that it wasn’t a pilot’s mistake that led to this tragedy,” she said in an interview on Thursday. “It is disturbing the way the Russian side has been communicating, issuing statements, and how they had their version of events from the beginning. It is very strange, and we expect answers.”
Read more at The New York Times.
Government Against the People‘s original item is here.