Polish newspaper Gazeta Polska
reports in its issue of April 10, 2012 on new circumstances around the Putin's terrorist attack on April 10, 2010, in which the Russians killed 96 members of the Polish elite, including President Lech Kaczynski and top NATO generals. It notes in particular:
"According to aviation expert Stefan Bramski, Sc. D., Polish president Lech Kaczinski was most likely assassinated in in Smolensk. It was carried out in two stages.
First, an aileron was blocked, and then there was an explosion in the cockpit. When the aileron is locked, the aircraft will certainly fall to the ground.
In Smolensk, according to the expert (a detailed description is contained in his book "Musieli zginac" ("They had to die") which can be purchased at newsstands), a blocker has been probably mounted on the aileron.
This blocker may have been installed during the repair of the Tu-154M 101 in Russia. The blocker was put in action by radio or by electronic signal, when the Polish presidential aircraft was at a certain point, when approaching the runway.
Department of Monitoring