A Polish online news agency, WP.PL, reported some details on Russian atrocities during the KGB terrorist attack of 4/10 in an article on occasion of the third anniversary of Katyn 2 entitled "Antoni Macierewicz: there is evidence that three people survived the crash in Smolensk (Antoni Macierewicz: są dowody, że trzy osoby przeżyły katastrofę smoleńską)".
- After three years of research, I can say that there is some reason to believe that three people survived in the crash near Smolensk, Antoni Macierewicz said during a meeting in the city of Kielce. His statement was quoted by a Polish portal niezalezna.pl.
The recording of his speech also appeared on YouTube.
At a meeting with Antoni Macierewicz, held in the auditorium of a seminary, whch was attended by about 200 people, the PiS politician also spoke of the work of his team. He accused the Tusk government that it intentionally handed over the investigation into the plane crash in Smolensk to the Russians.
The politician also said that 25 minutes after the crash an official statement was issued on the death of all the passengers. He recalled that half an hour after the crash, Polish foreign minister Radoslaw Sikorski reported the death of Polish president Jaroslaw Kaczynski. Mr Macierewicz noted, however, that his body was found only after three hours later.
- After nearly three years of research, I can say with great confidence that the information on three survived people is reliable. We have information from three different independent sources, and two of them come people who are professionally engaged in verification of information and do not transmit unproven messages, Mr Macierewicz said.
The politician also said that on the anniversary of the massacre of the Polish elite by the Russians near Smolensk, his group will present the latest data on the results of the investigation of the disaster".
It is to be recalled that in 2010, computer specialists performed with most advanced equipment an exact audio analysis of the well-known video of the shooting of survived Poles by a Russian KGB death squad.
Because of this, it was possible to distinguish more accurately individual words on the video and make a more accurate translation of it into English.
The video footage was also analyzed by experts. The study showed that there were no more doubt that some Poles who survived the plane crash were later finished off by a special team of killers, most likely from the KGB (FSB) or the Russian military intelligence of the GRU.
Technical experts paid attention to the fact that the video showed smoke coming from the burning wreckage of the plane, and there was no fog.
The following is a script of the soundtrack of the video. The specified time on the video refers to the time when specific words and sounds were heard.
The technically enhanced video of the execution of the survived Poles by the Russian KGB can be found on YouTube at this link.
0:13 Calm down!
0:18 Look him in the eyes.
0:22 Calm down!
0:29 Oh my God!
0:30 All of them!
0:31 Kill them!
0:38 (Airport siren sounds)
0:45 Surround him! Go around! He‘s running away!
0:47 Give me a gun.
0:49 Come here, bastard!
0:50 Kill him!
0:51 Do not kill us.
0:51 Do not kill us.
0:55 My God, my God, what is that?
0:56 (Gun reloading noise)
0:57 (Shot #1)
1:01 You'll never get away with it!
1:07 (Shot #2)
1:13 Change of plans - come back!
1:14 Everyone come back - faster!
1:14 (Shot #3)
1:17 (Shot #4)
1:20 Let's get out of here.
Department of Monitoring