Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Lukasz Urban: "A Pole Who Fought for His Life" Truck Driver Murdered by Terrorist

Source:  Daily Mail
"It was really clear that he was fighting for his life. His face was swollen and bloodied. Police informed me that he had suffered gunshot wounds. Despite being stabbed he was shot dead." - Urban's cousin, Ariel Zurawski, interviewed by AP. 

1 comment:

  1. I am not at all surprised to read that the Polish driver fought back as he was in the process of being murdered by the apparent terrorist. Poles have always fought back when they were attacked physically, and militarily when Poland was attacked by warring nations.

    Would that Poles were half as willing to fight back when Poland is defamed in word and in print!

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