KO senator Krzysztof Brejza showed previously unpublished photos taken after a grenade launcher explosion at the Police Headquarters.
“I am revealing the most closely guarded secret of the PiS state. These photos were never intended to see the light of day. On October 15, we will change Poland for the better,” wrote KO senator Krzysztof Brejza on October. He attached photos of a grenade launcher that exploded in the building of the Police Headquarters to the entry. The photos show, among others: rubble, broken blinds and a hole in the ceiling. RMF FM’s findings showed that the effects of the explosion were visible on three floors of the headquarters of the Police Headquarters, i.e. from the ground floor to the second floor.
Explosion of a grenade launcher at the Police Headquarters. Light injuries to two people
The explosion of a grenade launcher in one of the offices at the Police Headquarters last year electrified public opinion. As a result of the explosion, Commander Jarosław Szymczyk suffered minor injuries and was taken to hospital, where he was kept for observation. A civilian employee of the Police Headquarters also suffered minor injuries. Radio ZET was the first to report the matter.
On Thursday, December 15, the Ministry of the Interior and Administration issued a statement in which it confirmed that an explosion had occurred in the room adjacent to the office of the Chief of Police. “One of the gifts that the Commander received during his working visit to Ukraine on December 11-12 this year, where he met with the management of the Ukrainian Police and Emergency Situations Service. The gift was a gift from one of the heads of the Ukrainian services,” it was reported.
In an interview with RMF FM, Szymczyk said that the day after returning to Warsaw, he wanted to put the gifts from the Ukrainians in the back of his office. When he adjusted one of the grenade launchers, an explosion occurred. – The explosion was powerful. The force of the impact pierced the floor and, on the other hand, damaged the ceiling, the Chief of Police told the radio station.
The world media also wrote about the case – Reuters, The Guardian, CNN, BBC, Le Figaro.