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Kaczynski’s secret locked behind seven seals2009-11-30 22:52
The Georgian officials would not let the Polish investigate the incident that happened to their President Lech Kaczynski who was subjected to fire near the borders of South Ossetia last year. The Polish media published the special services' report which says that the shooting was nothing but a provocative act on the part of the Georgian colleagues. The facts of "shooting" confirmed such conclusion; however, Tbilisi prefers to treat this version as disinformation.
Investigation of the "Georgian incident" involving President of Poland Lech Kaczynski may be suspended, as IA Regnum reports referring to the Polish radio.
One of the reasons of the "freeze" was the former Minister of Poland and the current European delegate Mikhail Kaminski's refusal to give evidence in Prosecutor's Office. He became the witness of events that happened on November 23 near the South-Ossetian border and reported the firing at Kaczynski to the journalists.
"As soon as we reached the Russian patrol, there came the firing on their (Ossetian) part. There were at least three series of carbine shots. The president stayed perfectly calm", - he told. Now Kaminski avoids meeting investigators who would like to specify certain details of the incident.
However, the stubborn silence kept by Tbilisi, which does not respond to Warsaw's inquiries, represents a greater trouble for the investigation. The first inquiry was sent to Georgia in August; however, the high-skilled Georgian officers never provided the requested materials within three months.
From the very beginning, the Georgian party stated dogmatically that the firing came from the Russian and South-Ossetian border guards. However, this version was criticized by the report made by the Internal Security Agency (ABW) published by Polish newspaper Dziennik.
As was written earlier by GeorgiaTimes, the report says that the Georgian guards produced no reaction to the first series of shots. President of Poland, whose life was allegedly attempted, was not even bent down to the earth despite the rules of VIP defense.
Moreover, Lech Kaczynski's bodyguards were put at the back of the procession, so they could not even see the person they were supposed to guard.