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RE: Comrade J on Polish Plane Crash

Released on 2012-03-08 09:00 GMT

Email-ID 1166525
Date 2010-04-23 02:40:54
Yeah, and Putin even farted the fog first to make it all fall in line.

From: Fred Burton []
Sent: Thursday, April 22, 2010 8:16 PM
To: Marko Papic
Cc: 'Secure List'
Subject: Re: Comrade J on Polish Plane Crash



From: Marko Papic

Date: Thu, 22 Apr 2010 16:55:53 -0600

To: Fred Burton

Cc: 'Secure List'

Subject: Re: Comrade J on Polish Plane Crash

This was actually one of the theories that one of my contacts also gave
me. But the intention was not to kill Kacynzki, just make his life
difficult by forcing him to land in Minsk and therefore miss the Katyn
Massacre ceremonies set to begin in an hour from landing. But instead, the
pilots tried to land anyways and crashed the flight.

Fred Burton wrote:

The Russians purposefully denied the aircraft the ability to land knowing
that the Polish President would either force the pilot to land based upon
their own leadership analysis collection of the President's m.o.; or the
plane would return and not land at the location.

He claims purposeful act. His words not mine.

Reportedly, the Russians have similar plans (scenarios) for other foreign
leaders that can be pulled off the shelf if desired by Putin/FSB.

Follow up questions welcomed.


Marko Papic


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