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Polish Prosecutor Survives Shooting Himself After Press Conference [VIDEO]

A military prosecutor named Mikolaj Przybyl in Poland held a press conference on Monday, then asked all the reporters to leave the room so he could take a break. Once they did, he shot himself in the face. Maybe the weirdest part is he survived. There were cameras running but none of them show the actual shot. The video shows him finishing the press conference.  Then he steps out of frame, and you hear a gunshot, then a thud.

Przybyl just finished denying allegations that military prosecutors broke the law while they were investigating the 2010 plane crash that killed Poland’s president.

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