30 October 2012

POLAND / RUSSIA : Explosive Traces Reportedly Found On Crashed Smolensk Presidential Plane; Warsaw Denies Claim.


      Polish conspiracy theorists...and followers of opposition leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski...are  going wild...after alleged new traces of nitroglycerin and TNT were reported on the wreckage of the plane that crashed in 2010 in Smolensk, Russia...killing 96...including Polish President Lech Kaczynski.
      A Polish newspaper claims tests recently done in Poland were positive for the presence of explosive traces...on 30 seats and a wing.
      Curiously...testing done right after the crash in Russia by Polish and Russians...ruled out explosives.
      But the newspaper Rzeczpospolita...admits the explosive traces might be a result of soil contamination from bombings in the heavily fought-over WW2 region.
      Polish prosecutors...of course...denied the new explosive claims as 'sensationalist'.
      They say false readings may have resulted from spent bombs, fertilizer chemicals...or even perfumes.