No sign plane crash was an attack: Polish official
Warsaw (Poland): Poland`s top prosecutor says
no evidence to date supports theories that a 2010 plane crash
that killed President Lech Kaczynski was an assassination.
Prosecutor General Andrzej Seremet was reacting today to
comments made a day earlier by Jaroslaw Kaczynski, a
conservative party leader and the late president`s twin
brother, who suggested the plane crash in Russia was
Seremet, who oversees a Polish investigation, said in an
interview on TVN24 that "we did not find any evidence that the
cause of the crash was an assassination."
Polish and Russian reports have pointed to fog and pilot
error as the main causes of the crash, which occurred at an
airport near Smolensk, western Russia, killing Kaczynski and
95 others on board.
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