On 15 December 1945, in Radom, Kazimierz Borys, Investigating Judge from the Second District of the District Court in Radom, based in Radom, interviewed the person named below as an unsworn witness. Having been advised of the criminal liability for making false declarations, the witness testified as follows:

Name and surname Maria Jastrzębska
Age 29 years old
Names of parents Jakub and Józefa
Place of residence Radom, Strzelcka Street 21
Occupation shop assistant
Religious affiliation Roman Catholic
Criminal record none
Relationship to the parties none
On 13 October 1942, my brother, Władysław Jastrzębski, born on 24 April 1918, a locksmith

at the Arms Factory in Radom, was executed by the Germans on the gallows next to the Kielce road in Radom.

On the following day, that is on 14 October 1942, my second brother, Stanisław Jastrzębski, born on 26 April 1904, was hanged near the Arms Factory in Radom. He also worked as a locksmith at the factory in question.

I didn’t witness the execution that took place beside the Kielce road. When I arrived at the execution site, the bodies were no longer there. Taken down from the gallows, they were moved, as I was told, to Firlej. I went to the execution site along with my mother, Józefa Jastrzębska, who also didn’t see the bodies.

But I witnessed the execution carried out near the Arms Factory on 14 October 1942. I saw the fifteen convicts get out of the car. They had successive numbers written on their backs. My brother, Stanisław, was marked with number 11. Standing in a row were the convicts, among whom I recognized my brother. As well as my brother I also recognized Edward Rajski, Mieczysław Dąbrówka, Adam Rzeszot, Stanisław Łozicki and Jan Sapiński. Dressed in civilian clothes, the hangmen had beards and moustaches, which seemed to be a kind of a "stage make-up".

The bodies were left hanging from the gallows until 5.00 p.m. Then they were removed and, as I have already mentioned, taken to Firlej. I didn’t read the noticeboard set up next to the gallows on the Kielce road, nor did I read the one near the Arms Factory. I was told that both contained information referring to "Polish bandits", to whom the convicts were said to have given aid.

Having been shown photographs of the people executed both near the Arms Factory and by the Kielce road, the witness testified as follows:

In the photograph of the people executed near the Arms Factory in Radom I recognize my brother, Stanisław. He is fifth from the left or eleventh from the right.

In the photograph of the people executed by the Kielce road my brother, Władysław, is hanging fifth from the right or sixth from the left.

The report was read out.