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the guy was a homophobic, xenophobic douche, obsessed with anti-German rhetoric, and hated by most young Polish people, but still. RIP dude, and everyone on board.
Lech Kaczy?ski, the President of Poland
Maria Kaczy?ska, the first lady
Ryszard Kaczorowski, the last President of the Polish government-in-exile
Jerzy Szmajdzi?ski, Deputy Speaker of the Sejm
W?adys?aw Stasiak, Chief of the Office of the President of the Republic of Poland
Aleksander Szczyg?o, head of the National Security Bureau
Pawe? Wypych, Secretary of State in the Office of the President of the Republic of Poland
Mariusz Handzlik, Undersecretary of State in the Office of the President of the Republic of Poland
Andrzej Kremer, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs
General Franciszek G?gor, Chief of the Polish Army General Staff
Andrzej Przewo?nik, Secretary-General of Rada Ochrony Pami?ci Walk i M?cze?stwa
Grzegorz Dolniak, member of the Sejm
Przemys?aw Gosiewski, member of the Sejm
Zbigniew Wassermann, member of the Sejm
Janusz Kochanowski, Polish Ombudsman
S?awomir Skrzypek, President of the National Bank of Poland
Janusz Kurtyka, Historian and president of the Institute of National Remembrance
Tadeusz P?oski, Bishop of the Military Ordinariate of the Polish Army
Izabela Jaruga-Nowacka, member of the Sejm
Jolanta Szymanek-Deresz, member of the Sejm
bit strange to have so many important people on one flight. contingency planning, anyone?
maybe someone wanted them dead.
i bet it was like that scene in die another day with gustav graves.
and it was probably cheaper/easier from a security/planning perspective to put everyone on one plane.
surely itd be safer to at least have two different flights.
anyway, it turns out poland have a prime minister as well, so i'm sure they'll be fine.