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Lech Kaczynski, the President of Poland, forced the pilot to land in unfavourable weather conditions, and in result his plane crashed - RBC.gt-en-newsitem-inside
This version has been presented by Polish mass media. According to their data, last words [40 second before crash] of the presidential aircraft's pilot Arkadiusz Protasyuk were: "Unless we land, they'll kill me." Journalists think it means the pilot landed under pressure of either Andrzej Blasik, the Commander-in-Chief, or President Kaczynski.
According to the Minister of Justice of Poland Krzysztof Kwiatkowski, Polish experts actually transcribed a part of talks in cockpit of the wrecked aircraft, previous attempts to listen to which failed. Yet the Minister gave no details, and neither confirmed nor disclaimed the version of journalists.
Tu-154, carrying the delegation from Poland, wrecked on April 10th under Smolensk [Russia] in the failed attempt to land. 96 people were killed.
Transcript of most part of the recorders was published on June 1st. Proceeding from this one, several people outside crew were in the cockpit in the moment of landing. These times experts failed to understand most of their lines.