2014 Independent Crash Investigation Update
Dr. Wieslaw Binienda Presents His Findings at Dublin Institute of Technology
SCND Mar 8, 2014
Dr. Wieslaw Binienda, PHOTO by salon24
Smolensk Crash, Summary of Independent Investigation. Presented by Dr. Wieslaw Binienda, Ph.D., on Feb. 3, 2014 in Dublin, Ireland.
- Separation of 1/3 of the left wing could not be caused by the impact with the birch tree. Most probably separation of a fragment of the left wing was caused by explosion in the air.
- Lack of visible crater at the crash scene, a large field of debris indicate that the airplane disintegrated in the mid-air.
- Open walls outside of the fuselage indicate mid-air explosion.
- The unprecedented degree of damage and the large number of shrapnel indicate high energy mid-air explosion.
- Without a mid-air explosion, most of the passengers in the center and aft section of the airplane should survive any crash from 30-40 meters into the soft soil.
- Official Russian report attributed death of the passengers to 100G accelerations. Such accelerations could be explained by (i) explosions in the fuselage, (ii) shock wave produced by explosion, and/or (iii) a direct impact of the passengers with the ground at 80m/s without any protection of the fuselage.
Cover-up by "Suicide"
Remarkably convenient suicides ...
Remigiusz Mus, the flight engineer on Yak-40 whose landing immediately preceded PLF 101 and whose testimony implicated the Russian flight controllers, died of suicide.
This rounds out the death of the entirety of key witnesses whose testimonies could prove that the flight controllers bore at least partial responsibility for the mysterious crash that killed the Polish President Lech Kaczynski and 95 others near Smolensk, Russia, on April 10, 2010.
Suicide. So says the Polish Prosecutors office under the administration of Donald Tusk, Bronislaw Komorowski, and the Civic Platform party (Platforma Obywatelska, PO) - the people who came out on top following the disaster of Flight PLF 101. The position of the Prosecutors office is that the autopsy indicated death by hanging with no defensive wounds and and alcohol level of one permille (.01%).
General Konstantin Anatolyevich Morev, chief of the Federal Security Services (FSB), successor to KGB, office in Tver, who interviewed the Russian flight controllers, died at the end of August 2011. His body was found in his office. The official cause of death was a self-inflicted gunshot wound from his service revolver.
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