Investigation of popular Rastych video confirms amateur footage real
During a recent press conference the Military Prosecutor’s Office informed of new findings in the investigation into the presidential plane crash. It turns out that the amateur video of the crash site is authentic, and onboard the aircraft there could be up to five black boxes.
They have so far claimed four, but five black boxes were on board the TU-154, which crashed on April 10 near Smolensk. The most recently found box is already in Poland, and is being tested by experts from the Institute of Military Technology. We still do not know what time the crash occurred, or what was its cause. The precise time of the Smolensk disaster is still unknown. It is known that fuel was sufficient, and that the investigation has already interviewed sixty witnesses, according to the District Military Prosecutor’s Office in Warsaw.
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During a special press conference investigators also confirmed that the video of the crash site was not manipulated, and may also contain authentic audio. We were informed that the Military District Prosecutor’s Office in Warsaw is continuing the investigation – examining witnesses and analyzing documents related to the flight.
This article was posted: Friday, May 7, 2010 at 4:44 am