Thursday, 29 September 2016

Could this be the proof that Putin's men shot MH17

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The year 2014 was terrible for Malaysia aviation. After maintaining the best safety awards for years they were struck by unexpected tragedy in 2014.

More than two air disasters left the country ii morning . One of them was the shooting of MH17 by a rocket. Up-till date those responsible have not been found expect speculations. Investigations have continued on the case and hopefully the families will finally get rest for justice if things go right.

 The rocket that brought down MH17 over eastern Ukraine was fired from territory held by pro-Moscow rebels and was moved in from Russia, experts have revealed.

A surface-to-air missile hit the Malaysia Airlines flight en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur in 2014, killing all 298 people aboard, most of them Dutch citizens. 

Today, international prosecutors said one rocket from the BUK system was fired from the rebel-held village of Pervomaysk, in eastern Ukraine, before being moved back to Russia.

Ukraine says the findings from a criminal inquiry into the disaster proves Russia's 'direct involvement'. But Russia's foreign minister called the investigation 'biased and politically motivated'. 
Pro-Moscow rebels had called for deployment of the mobile surface-to-air weapon, and reported its arrival in rebel-controlled areas of eastern Ukraine, according to communication intercepts revealed by Wilbert Paulissen, from the Dutch National Police.

From that and other evidence collected by the Joint Investigation Team, Paulissen told a news conference: 'It may be concluded MH17 was shot down by a 9M38 missile launched by a Buk, brought in from the territory of the Russian Federation, and that after launch was subsequently returned to the Russian Federation.'

Moscow insists that no Russian missile systems crossed the Ukrainian border, contrary to the Dutch-led MH17 probe report. 

Prosecutors are investigating 100 people who may be linked to the missile attack on the plane two years ago.

They also insisted there was a 'realistic chance' of a prosecution - though suspects have not been formally identified yet. 


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