nasza witryna An Open Letter to the Institute of National Memory, Warsaw, Poland
Easter 2002, USA


 
The crime at Jedwabne of July 10, 1941, was not investigated by means of modern forensic medicine, as the exhumation was interrupted at the very beginning.

The remains were examined and the list of the entire content of the two mass-graves was not made.

It is legally inadmissible in the countries of the rule of law such as the USA, France, Great Britain, Israel, and Poland to interrupt a forensic investigation of a crime for religious reasons and thus to exclude from detailed examination available pieces of evidence which are necessary to establish the cause of death of each victim and the exact number of murdered persons, as those buried in Jedwabne.

In Jedwabne there are two graves - in one on the inside of the barn are buried men, who could put up a desperate resistance and in the other grave, located along the barn, are buried mostly old people, women, and children, who perished in the fire.

The two graves indicate an organized method of killing by people who had a plan and used some 100
gallons of gasoline.It is a duty of the Institute of National Remembrance to complete the investigation of such important matter. It is necessary to learn the truth of the atrocities in Jedwabne using all aspects of the forensic medicine in order to prevent erroneous speculation.

For this reason the exhumation of the two graves in Jedwabne must be resumed and completed.

Teresa Berezowska, nauczyciel,
Wieslaw Binienda, profesor inzynierii
Piotr Chelkowski, profesor historii Bliskiego Wschodu
Jadwiga Checinska, inzynier
Stanislaw Checinski, Dr. Inz.
Marek Jan Chodakiewicz, profesor historii
Janusz Chodkowski, inzynier
Kazimierz Cimoszko
Krzysztof Cios, profesor matematyki
Ryszard Ciskowski
Kamil Dziewanowski, profesor historii
Stanislaw Garstka, chirurg
Aleksander Gella, profesor socjologii
Lech A. Halko, Dipl. Arch.
Zbigniew Haszlakiewicz, inzynier architekt
Andrzej Hempel, inzynier
Zdzislaw Jurek, lekarz
Jan Moor-Jankowski, profesor medycyny sadowej
Dorota Kaminska, psycholog
Marek Kaminski, lekarz
Juliusz Kirejczyk, inzynier
Iwona Kirejczyk, nauczyciel
Andrzej Kumor, redaktor
Jan Komski artysta malarz
Zofia Korbonska
Zdzislaw Krynski, lekarz
Franciszek Lachowicz, profesor polonistyki
George Levosinski
Edmund Lewandowski
Jan M. Lorys, Dyrektor Museum Polskiego w Ameryce
Zofia Laszewska, lekarz
Anna Madura, lekarz
Andrzej Madura, inzynier
Wanda Malysa Pietrzyk
Anna Mazurkiewicz
Maria Michejda, MD. DMSC
Krzysztof Michejda, Ph. D. Biochemist
Oskar Michejda, dr. inzynier
Frank Milewski, radca finansowy
Irena Mirecka
Tadeusz Mirecki, informatyk
Stanislaw Mostwin
Ks. Pralat dr. Roman Nir
Ks. Kanonik Edward Orlowski
Janina Palmowska
Antoni Palmowski, inzynier
Jerzy Petryniak, lekarz biochemik
Donald Pietruk, konsultant
Teresa Pietruk, lekarz
Marta Podhorecka
Edward Podhorecki, podpulkownik dipl.
Magdalena Pogonowska, lekarz radiolog
Iwo Cyprian Pogonowski, pisarz
Wladyslaw Poncet, radio-dziennikarz
Janusz Przemieniecki, profesor inzynierii
Wojciech Roszkowski, profesor historii
Wladyslaw Socha, profesor medycyny sadowej
Maria Szonert Binienda, radca prawny
Witold Sokolski, inzynier
Lech Jerzy Swierbutowicz, lekarz anastezjolog
Waclaw Szybalski, profesor onkologii
Andrzej Targowski, profesor informatyki
Ryszard Tyndorf, prawnik
Monika Wagner, profesor historii literatury i cywilizacji
Wienczyslaw Wagner, profesor prawa
Wojciech Wierzewski, Ph. D., redaktor
Tadeusz Witkowski, historyk literatury,
Aldona Wos, lekarz
Wanda Wos, hanlowiec
Zenon Wos, inzynier
Anna Poraj-Wybranowska, politolog
Zdzislaw Zakrzewski, inzynier
Miroslawa Zawadzka, inzynier
Andrzej Zawadzki, inzynier
Teodor Zawistowski, profesor socjologii
Jerzy Z. Zemajtis, dr. inzynier

Dr. Marek Jan Chodakiewicz, prof. Iwo Cyprian Pogonowski and others, , 2002-03-29

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