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NATO Says Missile Strike in Poland Likely Accidentally Came from Ukraine

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POLAND, November 16, 2022 ~ A preliminary investigation found that a missile strike in eastern Poland near the Ukraine-Poland Border that killed two civilians was accidentally fired from Ukraine, not Russia as initially thought.

If you recall the news across Ukraine, [Russia was] bombarding Ukraine with missiles from the Russian homeland…and they were launching about 100 missiles that day. About the same time, that’s when those two outside missiles actually ended up crossing into a Polish rural area,” said former Michigan Representative and retired US Army Lieutenant Colonel Rocky Razcowski to 760 WJR’s Tom Jordan and Kevin Dietz.


November 16, 2022 ~ for the US Army Lieutenant Colonel Rocky Raczkowski, having served 27 years with 2 combat tours and was awarded the Bronze Star Medal for meritorious service during combat operations, talks with Kevin and Tom about the missiles that flew over NATO territory yesterday and killed 2 in Poland.

(CONTINUED) S-300s are surface-to-air missiles that we actually — the US — helped teach Ukraine to fire, not only against Russian helicopters or attack jets, but also against incoming rockets.”

According to NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, while the incident did take place “as Russia launched a massive wave of rocket attacks across Ukraine…there was no indication this was the result of a deliberate attack.”

Let me be clear,” continued Stoltenberg. “This is not Ukraine’s fault. Russia bears ultimate responsibility as it continues its illegal war against Ukraine.”