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UPDATE: Poland Reveals Who Really Launched Missiles That Killed Civilians…

Late last year, tragedy struck when two Polish civilians were killed by missiles purportedly launched by Russia—or at least that’s what the mainstream media narrative claimed.

This widely reported narrative was shattered this week as the results of a probe from Polish investigators came to light.

According to the Rzeczpospolita newspaper, a Polish outlet, the investigators concluded that the missiles that struck the small village of Przewodow, Poland in 2022 originated from Ukrainian forces—not Russia, as was originally reported.

It is a well-known fact that relations between the two countries have deteriorated due to a disagreement over grain trade and incendiary remarks made by Ukrainian President Zelensky toward Poland, suggesting that the country was a false ally.

Famed conservative journalist Jack Posobiec claimed:  “Zelensky committed a war crime against Poland. The Polish govt has now officially confirmed that [the] missile that killed 2 Polish farmers last year was fired by Ukraine. Zelensky lied, said it was Russia, and urged the US to invoke Article V of NATO.”

Reuters initially reported in 2022:

The United States and Western allies said they were investigating but could not confirm a report on Tuesday that a blast in NATO member Poland resulted from stray Russian missiles, while Russia’s defense ministry denied it.

Two people were killed in an explosion in Przewodow, a village in eastern Poland about 6 kilometers (3-1/2 miles) from the border with Ukraine, firefighters said. Media reports said the strike hit a grain-drying facility.

Russian Market, a financial page that covers Russian financial news, shared the headline and reports:

“The Polish prosecutor’s office confirmed that the rocket that fell on November 15 in Przewodow, Poland, was a missile from the Ukrainian S-300. The missile was fired from western Ukraine. Ukraine itself did not cooperate with the investigation and did not provide materials.”

One user presented a video of the devastation caused by the Ukrainian missile, initially reported as a Russian missile.

Russia Today, a state-affiliated outlet, detailed the findings of the Polish investigators:

Sources cited by the newspaper, who are familiar with the investigation, explained that Kiev was employing a strategy of firing two anti-air missiles at each incoming target to enhance the likelihood of interception.

However, the experts suggested that, in this particular case, the projectile in question failed to self-destruct.


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