A Warsaw newspaper, Wirtualna Polska, reported on new developments around the Russian terrorist attack near Smolensk on 10 April 2010. It specifically says:
"A video that might call into question the official version of the Smolensk disaster has been posted on the Internet. A study was conducted, which is intended to find out what happened to the plane and its passengers if the plane crashes into the ground at a speed of 225 km / h.
An unused Boeing 727 was bought for this. This experiment is similar to the Smolensk crash. There, according to the official version, Tu-154 crashed on the earth. The Russians stripped the design for their Tupolev from Boeing 727.
British studies have shown that the plane did not break into thousands of small pieces, but only into 2 parts. Using special equipment and dummies, it was found out that in this crash, similar to the Smolensk disaster, 78% of passengers were injured. But no one died.
The newspaper Rzeczpospolita showed the video to Antoni Macerevic, head of the Polish parliamentary group investigating the Smolensk disaster. He pointed out that this was an important argument in the discussion of the official version".
It is to be noted from our part that the video can be viewed at this link. The abstract states that the video was taken from the Discovery Channel from a documentary by Chris Matyszczyk, which was aired on April 30, 2012.
It shows the crash of Boeing 727 in the Sonoran Desert in Mexico. It was a very important experiment that has not been held for 30 years. The last time such an experiment was conducted by the NASA.
The film has been commented by many Polish users. In particular, they noted ironically that the video did not show the "giant telescope" birch which was declared the cause of the disaster by Russian terrorists and that in 1980's the assassination attempt on Polish Pope John Paul II was probably organized not by the GRU and the KGB, but by the same "armored" birch.
Department of Monitoring