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Polish Plane Crash Survivors Shot At The Site? Video


Oh boy, I came across this blog by a guy in Holland. He has posted 2 videos from youtube of the scene of the Polish plane crash. You can hear the gun shots if that's what they are. One vid has some English translation from Russian. The story also says the guy that shot the video has now been assasinated.

I read all the comments after the videos and they are interesting. One says the translation of "don't shoot" is wrong, not what the person said. So why doesn't he give us the correct translation then?

It would make sense that if the Russians did this they would have a squad on the ground to wipe out any survivors.

Remember the Ron Brown plane crash?

Judge for yourself:



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Rick GComment by Rick G - April 22, 2010, 8:13 am
Thanks TigerAngel...they sure sound like gun shots.

Cui Bono? Poland was one of the few countries in the world whose economy has not suffered during the economic terrorism. Their deceased leadership opposed the EU and NWO banksters. Their temporary leader is a choir boy for the EU/NWO gang and is eager to soil his hands with charcoal (carbon trading).   He has now announced he will run for president.

konaneComment by konane - April 22, 2010, 10:05 am
The story also says the guy that shot the video has now been assassinated."   

I've read that rumor in 2-3 places. If true it goes back to the type activity taking place during the Cold War. Mad Magazine had a cartoon depicting that type activity "Spy vs Spy".
Comment by GASMETERGUY - April 22, 2010, 11:25 am
If survivors were shot, their bodies would reveal that fact (autopsy and X-rays). Thus, upon the return of the bodies to Poland, the wounds would have been documented and photos subsequently published all over the world. Therefore, lacking further evidence, I chose not to believe these rumors.

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