A few days ago, we received an email from Robert Jones at Blue Battle Flag, in which he included a link to what is believed to be the first video taken of the crash. Upon reviewing the video, after about the 50 second mark, observers report that three gun shots were fired over the course of about 30 seconds. While this seemed strange to us, we found it difficult to discern whether these were, in fact, gun shots or something else, as the plane was still on fire – though admittedly, whatever the tiny explosions were they sound like gun shots.
Today we learned that the videographer who shot and uploaded the film to Youtube, a Mr. Adrij Mendiere, was stabbed and taken to a hospital in Kiev on April 15th. Upon his arrival to the hospital he was still alive and placed on life support. The following day, however, it is reported that three individuals entered his room, removed the life support and Mr. Mendiere died.
The Russian government has reportedly responded to the question of Mr. Mendiere’s death by calling it a coincidence.
The raw video is posted below. Following the raw footage is an additional video, edited in the USA to show that someone was walking within the crash itself. Whether it was a survivor or one of the voices heard in the distance in the raw video is up to the audience to decide.
We maintain, however, that it was very convenient that Poland’s executive government, almost in its entirety, was on the airplane that went down. This article from World Reports, also forwarded to us by Robert at Blue Battle Flag, details the specific Polish personnel that were on board the flight.
We continue to believe that this was a coordinated attack on the Polish government, with the motivations not yet completely clear, but they are likely multi-faceted.
If this was, in fact, an assassination, then Russia is sending a message to the rest of the region that they are still in charge of Europe. An alternate scenario, is that the delegation may have been wiped out due to a new policy shift made public the day before the crash that Poland would begin devaluing their currency against the Euro; making it possible that European banking interests were involved and found a perfect opportunity to pin the crash on the Russians.
The videos below, however, if they are in fact showing what we have described, suggest that it is more than likely Russian involvement, as Russian “emergency personnel” would have been first on the scene.
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