Another possible Putin's crime nobody wants to talk about

Now that we are pretty sure that Putin is capable of ordering murders, Skripal family, assisting in a chemical attack on civilians or involvement in the shooting down of the (MH17) passenger jet, maybe it's time to take a second look at the newest reports on the investigation into the crash of the Polish presidential plane in Russia.

Last week, on the 8th anniversary of the crash, the Committee For Re-Investigation Of The Crash Of Tu-154m In Smolensk, Russia has issued a Technical Report (65 pages).

The most important thing in the Report is the fact that all previous reports, both Polish and Russian, are declared "NULL and VOID." Furthermore, it also invalidated the classification of the cause of the crash of the TU-154M aircraft in Smolensk, Russia, on April 10, 2010, as a Controlled Flight into Terrain due to pilot’s error.

This is huge and yet, no major media want to touch it. They are either colluding with Putin, yeah, how about that, or are afraid to stand against his regime.

Here are some key findingsgo to the full Executive Summary (3 pages) here:
1. Material evidence contradicting conclusions of the MAK Repot and Millers Reports has been left out by the previous investigation teams.
2. Important evidence was manipulated.
3. Hours after the crash important evidence was moved to new locations and reported as found there.
4. The wreckage of the TU-154M was treated in an improper manner violating the rules of proper crash investigation and jeopardizing the validity of the MAK and Miller conclusions.
7. The Polish side was never given access to the original cockpit voice recordings (CVR) recordings. The many copies of CVR, all different in length and content, make them not trustworthy as evidence of what happened during the landing approach.
8. The Russian ATC gave misleading information of the position of the TU-154M during the final approach, leading the aircraft about 50-70m to the left side of the runway 26.
10. Upon issuing a command to “go-around,” the left wing tip was separated from the wing due to an explosion, about 80m-100m before the (birch) tree that Russians claimed had cut off the wing.
12. ... Loss of left wing flaps made it impossible for the pilots to avoid the disaster.
14. When the fuselage was in the air more than 6m above the ground, it exploded violently with at least one epicenter near the galley area.
16. Clothes of 35 victims were violently torn off.
17. Bodies of a large group of occupants in the vicinity of the galley were heavily fragmented.