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Lethal injection claimEdit

From Gleiwitz_incident#Events_at_Gleiwitz

the Gestapo murdered Franciszek Honiok, a 43-year-old unmarried German Silesian Catholic farmer, known for sympathising with the Poles. He had been arrested the previous day by the Gestapo and dressed to look like a saboteur, then killed by lethal injection and given gunshot wounds

From here:

He was dragged semi-unconscious into the radio station, where he was shot in the head during the evening of 31 August.

There is no mention of "lethal injection" in this article, so why does the Gleiwitz article say this?

Which is correct: semi-unconscious from drugs then shot, or lethally injected than shot?

Lethal injections tend to leave you less than semi-unconscious, I would think. WakandaQT (talk) 21:02, 26 September 2021 (UTC)

Where is your problem ? Both. There are DRUGS 'applicated' by INJECTION, too. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2001:16B8:AD30:BA00:347C:577F:7923:C9B4 (talk) 13:39, 15 December 2021 (UTC)


I presume that such a person may have exist. But what is the evidence that he has been killed and then used in a false flag operation? All I can see is the citation carousel, where one source copies the claim of another. -- (talk) 11:12, 19 April 2022 (UTC)