With two weeks before the results of the official investigation into flight MH17 crash over Ukraine in 2014 are announced, a video has emerged summarizing criticism of the international experts for ignoring the vital findings of experiments by a Russian arms producer.
A team of Russian citizen-journalists blasted the Bellingcat investigation into the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash over Ukraine in 2014, saying that their Western colleagues took a pro-Kiev stance from the start and relied on fake and falsified evidence.
Russian arms producer Almaz-Antey says Western media distorted, mixed up and unduly rejected the conclusions of its investigation into the the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash in 2014, according to a document obtained by a Russian media outlet.
Ukraine bears full responsibility for the safety of its airspace and should admit that it was a mistake to not close its skies to commercial air travel before the tragic MH17 crash, international lawyer Thomas Sima told RT.
Dutch lawmakers have questioned the course of the investigation into the MH17 crash in Ukraine, highlighting innuendos in the Dutch Safety Board report, and lack of raw data despite US claims of picking up “imagery” as the jet disappeared from radars.
The chief Dutch prosecutor investigating the downing of flight MH17, in Ukraine in July 2014, has reportedly told victims’ families that experts hope to gather evidence on the type of missile and spot it was fired from “by the second half of the year.”