MH17 Crash Investigation The Dutch law allows exemptions to government documents linked to the MH17 crash in eastern Ukraine, when it is required by security or for privacy reasons, the deputy head of press briefings and policy presentations at the Dutch Ministry of Security and Justice told Sputnik on Friday. MOSCOW (Sputnik), Anastasia Levchenko — On […]Read more "Concealing Parts of Data on MH17 Crash Lawful – Dutch Ministry of Security"
There is so much political pressure over the MH17 crash in Ukraine that investigators would rather conclude that no one really knows what happened than make several powerful people look foolish, believes Robert Parry, editor of Consortium News. More than eight months since Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down above war-torn eastern Ukraine, speculation […]Read more "MH17 investigation going off in ‘wrong direction’ could embarrass ‘many powerful people"
Because since the first day after the moment of the crash of the Malaysian “Boeing” I adhere to the version where the airplane was shot down by the Ukrainian SU-25 attack jet, I simply cannot refrain from publishing a new investigation, which summarizes the arguments on this topic. model was assembled in Holland using of […]Read more "How the Malaysian Airlines MH17 Boeing Was Shot Down. Examination of the Wreckage"