“during a PAR approach, the controller is in fact 'in control' of the aircraft. The pilot merely carries out controller instructions, as he has no means of verifying his position other than the controller's words. On such an approach the controller’s words are an order, not a suggestion...”
If this was true, then the Polish pilot directly disobeyed orders to go around. But as has been quoted - the pilot continued the approach after being told to go around or divert. There's also the fact that if it was a PAR approach, then they deliberately went against orders in regards to height.
So, what kind of theory do you have for these supposedly world-class pilots ignoring commands from ATC?
And here, following the crash, the Russians were seen installing lightbulbs on the actual runway approach lights:
Only hearsay at this point - the Poles have asked the Russians to clarify what was going on. Given that the only 'evidence' for this happening is a picture being uploaded online, it's tenacious at best.
Reports indicate that 5 of the 7 crewmembers (4 of who were in the cockpit and 3 stewardesses) had to be identified with DNA.
Well, yes, when a plane hits a tree, loses a wing, turns upside round and crashes at a decent speed, you'd expect people to be slightly hurt. Didn't you look at the post-crash videos?
Notice on the shooting video, however, that the cockpit is largely intact.
Intact? It's destroyed.
But go on - tell me, why, if the pilots were flying an PAR approach, backed up with the NDB - why did they go so low when ATC told them to go around? From what I understand of the technical capabilities of the plane, they could still have survived if they had pulled up when recommended to do so.
Fog and pilot error are a pack of lies built on a house of cards.
What, the fog on the videos isn't real? But the gunshots and the bodies are? Make up your mind - either the video is real, or it's not.
As for pilot error being a lie - again, given that you seem to believe that the pilots were on a PAR approach, why didn't they pull up when told to do so?
One of the big questions here is just what approach they were flying - and why. Virtually anyone with any knowledge of aviation knows that they were way below the minimum visibility needed for a landing at Smolensk - so why?