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    Please help POLAND by sending a Petition to

    The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence and to the House Permanent Select
    Committee on Intelligence.


    The petition is to be sent to:


    Senator Dianne Feinstein - Chairman, The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

    Senator Saxby Chambliss - Vice Chair, The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

    The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

    You can send the petition below in one of two ways. The first is to click here download a printable copy, sign it, and mail it to :

    1.
      Senator Dianne Feinstein
      United States Senate
      331 Hart Senate Office Building
      Washington, D.C. 20510

    2.
      Senator Saxby Chambliss
      416 Russell Senate Office Building
      Washington, DC 20510

    3.
      The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

      Chairman Mike Rogers
      Capitol Visitor Center HVC-304
      US Capitol Building
      Washington, DC 20515-6415


    The second option is to send the petition by email. To do this, you should first copy the petition below (it will be saved onto your computer’s clipboard). Once you click on the recipient’s email link provided below, you can paste the petition into the body of your message to him/her. Make sure you sign the petition.

    We urge you to make every effort possible to send the petition by snail mail AND by e-mail to demonstrate to both Committees your strong support for the independent investigation of the mysterious Smolensk crash.

    Please, remember to send the petition to all three e-addressses.

    THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT.

    1. Senator Dianne Feinstein's email.

    Petition to be included in the text section of the e-mail to Senator D.Feinstein:

    To: the Honorable Senator Dianne Feinstein

    The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence for which you serve as Chair represents all citizens of the United States, no matter where they reside, with regard to issues that may affect their lives. As a citizen of the United States, I respectfully request your support for the petition attached to this message.

    It is time to revisit Putin’s role in the Smolensk crash.

    In 2008, Poland’s President, Lech Kaczynski, gave a speech warning that if Russian aggression was not stopped in Georgia, which Putin’s Russia had invaded, it would extend to Ukraine, the Baltic states, and possibly Poland. Given Russia’s recent aggressive behavior towards Ukraine, its annexation of Crimea, and the ongoing subversive activities organized by Russian special forces in Eastern Ukraine, millions of Poles now ask, “Are we next?”

    Tragically, on April 10, 2010, Lech Kaczynski along with dozens of Polish officials and generals died in a mysterious plane crash at Smolensk, Russia. Russia’s final report on the Smolensk crash blamed the late President and his allegedly inebriated air force- commander-in-chief, Gen. Andrzej Blasik, for using “psychological pressure” to force the Polish pilots to land despite heavy fog. These accusations turned out to be lies, as we learned recently! In late March, the Supreme Military Prosecution Office in Warsaw published a formal report (http://smolenskcrash.eu/news-95-experts-gen-blasik-and-the-crew-of-tu-154m-were-not-under-the-influence-of-alcohol.html) issued by the Institute of Forensic Research in Cracow which stated that Gen. Andrzej Blasik and the crew of Tu-154M “were fully sober at the time of the Smolensk crash”.

    Moreover, there is a large body of evidence gathered by international experts (www.solidaritywithpoland.info/experts.html) in the last few years that supports the suspicion that the Smolensk crash was more than an accident.

    Therefore, it is necessary that a Congressional hearing be held to investigate the Smolensk crash so that the truth of that suspicious “accident” in Russia may finally be known. Since Poland has been a strong ally for America in the past, e.g., Polish troops sent to Iraq and Afghanistan, isn’t it time for America and NATO to look into this?

    Ukraine serves to remind the free world of just how dangerous Russia continues to be. It is imperative that America and her allies find out what really happened at Smolensk in 2010. Otherwise, Putin’s march back towards a Soviet regime will continue unabated. Does America want this outcome?

    Sincerely,



    ……………

    2. Senator Saxby Chambliss' email.

    Petition to be included in the text section of the e-mail to Senator S.Chambliss:

    To: the Honorable Senator Saxby Chambliss

    The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence for which you serve as Vice-Chair represents all citizens of the United States, no matter where they reside, with regard to issues that may affect their lives. As a citizen of the United States, I respectfully request your support for the petition attached to this message.

    It is time to revisit Putin’s role in the Smolensk crash.

    In 2008, Poland’s President, Lech Kaczynski, gave a speech warning that if Russian aggression was not stopped in Georgia, which Putin’s Russia had invaded, it would extend to Ukraine, the Baltic states, and possibly Poland. Given Russia’s recent aggressive behavior towards Ukraine, its annexation of Crimea, and the ongoing subversive activities organized by Russian special forces in Eastern Ukraine, millions of Poles now ask, “Are we next?”

    Tragically, on April 10, 2010, Lech Kaczynski along with dozens of Polish officials and generals died in a mysterious plane crash at Smolensk, Russia. Russia’s final report on the Smolensk crash blamed the late President and his allegedly inebriated air force- commander-in-chief, Gen. Andrzej Blasik, for using “psychological pressure” to force the Polish pilots to land despite heavy fog. These accusations turned out to be lies, as we learned recently! In late March, the Supreme Military Prosecution Office in Warsaw published a formal report (http://smolenskcrash.eu/news-95-experts-gen-blasik-and-the-crew-of-tu-154m-were-not-under-the-influence-of-alcohol.html) issued by the Institute of Forensic Research in Cracow which stated that Gen. Andrzej Blasik and the crew of Tu-154M “were fully sober at the time of the Smolensk crash”.

    Moreover, there is a large body of evidence gathered by international experts (www.solidaritywithpoland.info/experts.html) in the last few years that supports the suspicion that the Smolensk crash was more than an accident.

    Therefore, it is necessary that a Congressional hearing be held to investigate the Smolensk crash so that the truth of that suspicious “accident” in Russia may finally be known. Since Poland has been a strong ally for America in the past, e.g., Polish troops sent to Iraq and Afghanistan, isn’t it time for America and NATO to look into this?

    Ukraine serves to remind the free world of just how dangerous Russia continues to be. It is imperative that America and her allies find out what really happened at Smolensk in 2010. Otherwise, Putin’s march back towards a Soviet regime will continue unabated. Does America want this outcome?

    Sincerely,



    ……………

    3. The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, email.

    Petition to be included in the text section of the e-mail to The House Permanent Committee on Intelligence:

    It is time to revisit Putin’s role in the Smolensk crash.

    In 2008, Poland’s President, Lech Kaczynski, gave a speech warning that if Russian aggression was not stopped in Georgia, which Putin’s Russia had invaded, it would extend to Ukraine, the Baltic states, and possibly Poland. Given Russia’s recent aggressive behavior towards Ukraine, its annexation of Crimea, and the ongoing subversive activities organized by Russian special forces in Eastern Ukraine, millions of Poles now ask, “Are we next?”

    Tragically, on April 10, 2010, Lech Kaczynski along with dozens of Polish officials and generals died in a mysterious plane crash at Smolensk, Russia. Russia’s final report on the Smolensk crash blamed the late President and his allegedly inebriated air force- commander-in-chief, Gen. Andrzej Blasik, for using “psychological pressure” to force the Polish pilots to land despite heavy fog. These accusations turned out to be lies, as we learned recently! In late March, the Supreme Military Prosecution Office in Warsaw published a formal report (http://smolenskcrash.eu/news-95-experts-gen-blasik-and-the-crew-of-tu-154m-were-not-under-the-influence-of-alcohol.html) issued by the Institute of Forensic Research in Cracow which stated that Gen. Andrzej Blasik and the crew of Tu-154M “were fully sober at the time of the Smolensk crash”.

    Moreover, there is a large body of evidence gathered by international experts (www.solidaritywithpoland.info/experts.html) in the last few years that supports the suspicion that the Smolensk crash was more than an accident.

    Therefore, it is necessary that a Congressional hearing be held to investigate the Smolensk crash so that the truth of that suspicious “accident” in Russia may finally be known. Since Poland has been a strong ally for America in the past, e.g., Polish troops sent to Iraq and Afghanistan, isn’t it time for America and NATO to look into this?

    Ukraine serves to remind the free world of just how dangerous Russia continues to be. It is imperative that America and her allies find out what really happened at Smolensk in 2010. Otherwise, Putin’s march back towards a Soviet regime will continue unabated. Does America want this outcome?

    Sincerely,