Eerie… With Camera Rolling, Polish Military Prosecutor Shoots Himself After Reporting on Mysterious Plane Crash That Killed President in Russia (Video)

In April 2010 Polish President Lech Kaczynski and scores of other senior Polish figures were killed in a mysterious plane crash in Russia. The Polish dignitaries were traveling to events marking the 70th anniversary of the massacre of thousands of Polish officers by Soviet secret police.

Poland’s former Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski identified the bodies of his twin brother, President Lech Kaczynski, and his sister-in-law, Maria after the crash. (Novinite)

Today Polish prosecutor Mikolaj Przybyl shot himself after news conference on the horrific plane crash that killed 96 Polish officials. Right before he shot himself he said this:

“During my entire service as a civilian and later military prosecutor, I have never brought shame to the Republic of Poland and I will protect the honour of an officer of the Polish armed forces and prosecution. Thank you, please give me a five-minute break, I need to rest.”

Then he shot himself in the head.

The Daily Mail reported:

A Polish prosecutor shot himself today in dramatic footage caught on film in his office after cutting short a news conference.

Moments earlier, he had defended a military investigation into leaks related to a plane crash that killed Poland’s president two years ago.

At the start of the conference at his office in Poznan, Colonel Mikolaj Przybyl said: ‘During my entire service as a civilian and later military prosecutor, I have never brought shame to the Republic of Poland and I will protect the honour of an officer of the Polish armed forces and prosecution.

‘Thank you, please give me a five-minute break, I need to rest,’ Przybyl said, as the reporters then leave the room.

With the camera still rolling, he walks across the floor and, just out of shot, a pistol can be heard being reloaded and then a gunshot sounded.

As he slumps to the ground, only his feet are in the frame.

He was immediately taken to hospital after reporters found him lying in a pool of blood.

Hospital director Leslaw Lenartowicz said Przybyl is in stable condition, conscious, and his life is not in danger. He added that Przybyl had suffered injuries to his face.

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