Polish Plane Crash Ruled An Accident

After days of thorough investigation as to why the plane that was carrying the highest officials of the Polish government went down, It was concluded that the crash that happend on Saturday April 10th was in fact an accident. The plane itself was carrying Poland’s highest ranking officials such as the army chief of staff, national bank president, deputy foreign minister, army chaplain, head of the National Security Office, deputy parliament speaker, civil rights commissioner and at least two presidential aides as well as of coarse the president himself.

The crash occurred while the plane was en route to the Smolensk Airport in Russia. The President was flying there to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the massacre of Polish Officers by the Soviet army in the Forests of Katyn. Initial suspicion as to the causes of the crash pointed the blame at Russia because of the location of the Airport on Russian territory, But those suspicions were ruled out when it was discovered that the weather was very poor for flying that day and the Pilot had ignored safety warnings presented to him from ground control.