Comments:Polish President Lech Kaczyński dies as his plane crashes in Russia
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... for the conspiracy theories. "No, the Russian government used a smoke screen!"
Please we all know Russia has the worst airplanes. The Russian Gov't does not need to spend billions on trying kill someone when a 30 year old airplane can do the job for you.--KDP3 (talk) 21:48, 10 April 2010 (UTC)
Nah, only American people can come up with conspiracy theories.
B/S. Many in the far-right in Spain blame the Socialist Party for the march 11 train bombing. In Germany there crazies believed 9/11 was a inside job to. And South America most beloved dictator Hugo Chavez along with the Russians said the US cause the Haitian earthquake.--KDP3 (talk) 22:35, 12 April 2010 (UTC)
2,725 people have died in the 66 crashes involving this type of aircraft.
The comparable Boeing 727 during just 21 years of operating had 325 incidents, resulting in a total of 3,704 fatalities.
Also useless unless we know how many of these aircraft were in service during that time. Boeing 727 is a much more popular plane, so there will be more crashes. Neither of these statistics can provide the reader with an understanding of how reliable those machines are.
Condolences from a Canadian to the people of Poland on the loss of so many people, and particularly their president and first lady, as well as other government officials. It is another tragedy for a nation with a history of tragedies. My thoughts and prayers go out to them.