As I suspected, conspiracy theories surrounding the death of Polish President Lech Kaczynski. Here’s a nice (but vague) summary article. I mean, look at the passenger manifest (he says, quoting Wikipedia.)
In addition to KaczyÅ„ski, on board were the military joint chiefs of staff (army, air force, navy), the central bank governor, a deputy foreign minister, head army chaplain, head of the National Security Office, deputy parliament speaker, Olympic Committee head, head civil rights commissioner and at least two presidential aides and widely known national lawmakers (including core members of the Law and Justice party), the Polish foreign ministry said. Kaczynski’s wife, Maria, also died.
This is, as they might say, to be expected; it only takes a few people to search for “polish president conspiracy theory” before the internet cries “There must be an issue; let’s investigate and subsequently invent something together!” Frankly, I’m surprised that there aren’t more wacky theories already; Lech Kaczynski’s identical twin brother JarosÅ‚aw seems like the perfect candidate for a conspiracy theory to wrest back control of the Polish state (as I’m just a conspiracy theory theorist I’ll leave it to the actual conspiracy theorists to figure out how that one works).