“I identified my mom’s remains in Moscow. Andrzej Seremet, the Prosecutor General, is a liar. I feel as if I were smashed in my face by his slander”– told niezalezna.pl portal Janusz Walentynowicz, Anna Walentynowicz’s son.
Anna Walentynowicz’s remains were misplaced with another victim’s remains what created a scandal after exhumations.
“Failing to identify by the families was the cause of irregularities in identification of two bodies exhumed last week”– informed Andrzej Seremet while giving his explanations to the parliament yesterday.
“I am shocked. How someone can say such things when failures and neglect of our government and prosecutors office are being revealed”– commented Seremet’s words Janusz Walentynowicz.
Anna Walentynowicz’s grandson could not hide his outrage too.“These words should have never been said”– told niezalezna.pl Piotr Walentynowicz.
Close relatives of Smolensk’s crash victim, Teresa Walewska Przyjałkowska, refused to confirm version of events as presented in Parliament by the Prosecutor General, Andrzej Seremet, yesterday, and claim that the families did not make mistakes identifying their dears’ bodies.
Seremet's statement outraged families and friends of Anna Walentynowicz i Teresa Walewska-Przyjalkowska. Interviewed by TVN 24 TV channel close relatives of the late Chairman of „Eastern Golgota” Foundation recalled how the procedure of identification looked like.
Identifying remains of Teresa Walewska-Przyjalkowska was possible after presenting the fourth body. At first family was shown body of Anna Walentynowicz, but they refused to confirm identity being sure it was not the body of their aunt.
“We were the first to find out that the body was not of our aunt, but Mrs. Walentynowicz. For an outsider they might have looked much the same, but we were sure that it was Mrs. Walentynowicz”– explained Walewska-Przyjalkowska relatives adding that their observation was confirmed by Anna Walentynowicz’s son.
The body of Mrs. Walewska-Przyjalkowska was shown to the family as the fourth one, but the family demanded to perform DNA tests to be 100% sure. The next day the family received a call confirming that DNA tests proved the identity.
The family of Walewska-Przyjalkowska pointed out at another important detail. While they were given to check victim’s personal belongings, they found a ring, which to the best of their knowledge was not their late aunt’s property. When they describe it to Piotr Walentynowicz he claimed it was definitely belonging to legendary Solidarity movement heroin. Handing over the ring to Piotr Walentynowicz was taken to the minutes by the Russians.