A conference at the controversial Uniwersytet Kardynała Stefan Wyszyńskiego in Warsaw has presented evidence that the Smoleńsk air crash of April 2010, which killed the Polish president Lech Kaczyński, was caused by a series of explosions… but experts who might have spoken against the theory were banned from attending.
Speakers at the conference said that, in normal circumstances, they would have expected severe damage to the aircraft, and casualties, but that the crash onto wet ground should have left surviors. However, nobody from the Miller committee, which is officially investigating the cause of the crash, was allowed to speak at the conference.
It’s not the first time that UKSW has raised eyebrows. The newspaper Gazeta Wyborcza reports that a conference about homosexuality was only open to those who would not challenge ‘evidence’ that being gay led to crime, cancer and early death.
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