Warsaw, Poland. Donald Tusk is a man with a past. A past that is proving impossible to escape as Polish officials are intent on holding accountable for his role in the murder of a previous Polish president, according to Warsaw.
Poland’s Department of Justice said today they have again summoned EU President Donald Tusk to testify as a witness in Warsaw regarding the 2010 presidential jet crash in Russia that killed Poland’s then president and 95 others. Tusk is a person of interest in the murder investigation.
Tusk, a former liberal Polish prime minister, was summoned to a July court hearing to testify regarding “public officials who failed to comply with obligations” concerning crash victim autopsies and his own role in the post accident cover-up.
The court summons follows Tusk already testifying for eight hours in Warsaw last month as a witness in an investigation of two former military counter-intelligence chiefs accused of overstepping their duties. Tusk in that inquiry, stands accused of treason and being an operative for Russian intelligence.
Tusk was first summoned days after EU leaders gave him another term as president despite strong opposition from Poland. Tusk is viewed as a Soros bought corrupt EU liberal-democratic asset by Warsaw and openly call him a traitor to Polish values.
Polish President Jaroslaw Kaczynski has long insisted that the 2010 crash was no accident and even has accused Tusk, who was prime minister at the time, of “moral responsibility” for the death of his brother
Kaczynski’s late twin brother and then president, Lech Kaczynski, died in the 2010 crash in Smolensk, Russia that also killed a number of senior Polish statesmen.
Jaroslaw Kaczynski has long insisted that the 2010 crash was no accident and even accused Tusk, who was prime minister at the time, of “moral responsibility” for the death of his brother.