Thanks for including me in your response, but personally I did not take your comments as saying the crash was definitely an assassination. But there is historical foundation to support one being suspicious. And even without that event there is certainly no great warmth between Poles and Russians. Then again, get a group five English yobs and five strapping Catholic Scots lads from Glasgow together in a room, add large amounts of alcohol, and see what happens.
posted on 06/13/2012 10:58:11 AM PDT
(Just my opinions)
No problem katana, I just pinged you as a courtesy. We all thought the crash was very suspicious at the time. I remember following threads about the funeral afterwards.
posted on 06/13/2012 11:37:23 AM PDT
(~~And the truth IS what counts, RIGHT ? ~~)
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