Why Remigiusz Mus died

Why Remigiusz Mus died (photo nk.pl)
Remigiusz Mus was one of the most important witnesses in the investigation concerning the Smolensk air crash. He heard the orders given from the tower in Smolensk and during an interrogation he spoke about 2 explosions taking place before the TU-154M engines stopped.

"On Saturday at about 11:30 p.m. the police were notified that in a basement of one of the buildings in Piaseczno Remigiusz M.'s body had been found. The doctor who went there confirmed that Remigiusz M. was dead. After preliminary examination the prosecutor said that no third party had been involved and he ordered an autopsy to be carried out on Monday," says prosecutor Dariusz Slepokura from the District Prosecutor's Office in Warsaw.

It remains unknown why the autopsy is to take place as late as on Monday. Its preliminary results will be known in a few days' time. A member of  the family of one of the victims of the Smolensk air crash told the "Gazeta Polska Codziennie" daily about Remigiusz Mus's death.

"I had an appointment with him on Sunday. In the morning I found out that he was dead. I am shocked because the Yak-40 crew, just like the other pilots from the 36th special regiment, were treated in a totally unjust way. The majority of them had to retire despite their young age as they were threatened with criminal liability for their alleged misdeeds during the flight to Smolensk. Their statements were publicly questioned," says the interlocutor of the "Gazeta Polska Codziennie" daily.

Remigiusz Mus was, just like the other members of the Yak-40 crew, a witness of the air crash of the governmental TU-154M. During an interrogation in the Military District Prosecutor's Office in Warsaw, answering the questions asked by the investigators and concerning a possible pressure exerted on the crew, warrant officer Mus said that he had never seen anything like that. Let us remind that the alleged pressure on the crew was forced already on the very day of the air crash by, among others, Roman Kuzniar, currently President Bronislaw Komorowski's advisor.

"There was never a situation when high-rank supervisors took the control when they were not on the list of the members of the crew," said in June 2010 to the investigators warrant officer Mus. In his statement he expressed a positive opinion about particular members of the TU-154M, which was in opposition to the thesis promoted by the pro-governmental media, which kept speaking about their bad training.

Warrant officer Mus, just like the other members of the Yak-40 crew, heard 2 explosions which took place before the engines of the governmental plane stopped. An hour after the air crash he went to the place where there were the remains of the plane and the bodies of the victims.

"Nobody was interested in them (i.e. the bodies), i.e. nobody covered them and nobody took them from there. During my stay there I noticed that parts of the plane were being carried to particular places created by the services (i.e. the Russian services). There were already a few such places. The places looked in such a way that there was a table and on the table there were documents, a laptop etc. In these places there were people (...)" said Remigiusz Mus.

Interestingly enough, after these words the prosecutor interrogating Mus asked him another question concerning a totally different thing and then finished the interrogation.

The investigators have never come back to the issue of storing the plane and leaving the bodies, which warrant officer Mus spoke about.
Posted on Mon, 2012-10-29 12:23