Polish media published articles claiming that after the presidential plane crashed near Smolensk, at least 3 Polish leaders survived, among them was probably Polish President Lech Kaczynski who was murdered by the KGB at a later stage.
Apparently, there is a serious evidence to support this story. Meanwhile, Russian papers, including so-called opposition websites and liberal media, are silent, as if nothing happened. And only the Kavkaz Center writes about the Russian terrorist attack in the Russian-language media.
This total silence on sensational news clearly confirms the opinion expressed by independent experts that there is no truly free press in Russia, and all Russia's media is somehow controlled by the KGB.
According to Polish papers, the leader of the Polish opposition Jaroslaw Kaczynski said during his visit to the Polish city of Rybnik, citing testimony of the head of the Parliamentary Commission for Investigation of the Smolensk Disaster, Antoni Macierewicz, that "after three years of investigation, I can say with a high degree of reliability that the information that 3 people survived the crash is reliable":
- I remember the morning of April 10, 2010, when I visited my mother in a hospital, that there was information in the news that my brother might be alive because 3 people survived the crash. This information came from the Polish ministry of foreign affairs.
Moscow agents, the Polshevists, who now form the present Polish government, instantly reacted.
In an interview to the main polshevist mouthpiece, Gazeta Wyborcza, the foreign ministry spokesman, Marcin Bosacki, said: "This information has been reported by a news agency, but not by the foreign ministry".
It is to be recalled the information was reported by the Polish ambassador to Moscow who was present at the crash site and personally saw people in white medical coats loaded in a what seemed to be a "Russian ambulance car" 3 wounded Poles.
If the Polish ambassador to Moscow does not belong to the Polish ministry of foreign affairs, then which country's ministry of foreign affairs does he represent? The statement by the ambassador was reported by the KC 3 three years ago, and is still available on our website.
It is to be noted, however, that Mr. Macierewicz, speaking about the survived Poles, didn't mean the ambassador's statement - which is no news in Poland - but three Russian (! - KC) witnesses, whose names he does not want to disclose in order not to endanger their lives with Putin's KGB killers.
Department of Monitoring