The Russians perhaps now have the satellite phone of the Polish president.
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2010 May 14
After the air disaster on 10th April near Smolensk very probably ultra secret codes, which are used by Nato armed forces for bug safe communication via satellite connections, are supposed to have fallen into the hands of the Russians. Read more:
Today, on the 14th of May 2010, I read the following headline: Kaczynski's death: Assassination attempt more and more likely.
In the article it says that it is reported in the "Washington Times" on Thursday with reference to Nato sources that after the air disaster on 10th April near Smolensk very probably ultra secret codes, which are used by Nato armed forces for bug safe communication via satellite connections, are supposed to have fallen into the hands of the Russians. Among the victims of the crash in Russia was with General Franciszek Gagor the highest representative of Poland at Nato and also almost the whole leadership of all Polish arms of the services, as well as the leader of the national security office. They all were highest bearers of official secrets who probably carried partly notebooks or pocket memory sticks on them with sensitive Nato data for emergency cases
It then also says that a journalist had found the radio compass of the Tupolev on Sunday at the location of the crash, which is important in connection with the beacon system and the altitude of the jet at the landing approach.
In an another article it is reported that the Poles do not know where the satellite phone of the president is, and that the Russians perhaps have it and that no-one ever asked the question about the satellite phone of Lech Kaczynski but it only occurred to a journalist.
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