MH17 – Paris NO Match

October 15,  2015 (updated Oct. 25)

Sergey Mastepanov

Time to read —45 minutes

There are four photos and three videos showing the alleged rebel’s Buk. Only the “Paris Match” photos show this Buk at a close distance, which a group of investigative journalists named Bellingcat uses as proof that Buk came from Russia because of “Buk’s fingerprints.” These photos look clearly photoshopped to the naked eye.

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MH17: Buk + Air-to-Air missiles R-60?

June 12, 2015

– by Irina Petrakova, journalist from Moscow, Russia.

A week ago Almaz-Antey, the manufacturer of Buk, held a press conference. During this very interesting event the engineers of the company explained in detail what is wrong with the Western narratives.
Explicitly not excluded by spokesmen of Almaz Antey: the scenario in which air-to-air missiles fired by fighter jet(s) played a role.

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MH17 – The Perfect Crime?

November 30, 2014

On July 17, 2014 the military conflict in Ukraine caused international casualties. Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777-200 flight MH17 en route from Amsterdam to Kuala-Lumpur disappeared from radar right above the conflict area and crashed near Grabovo, a village about 60 km to the east of Donetsk. All 283 passengers and 15 crew members died. Who did it?
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Who cares for MH17 eyewitnesses?

November 3, 2014

The Dutch, who are leading the MH17 Joint International team (JIT) think it is increasingly unlikely investigators would be able to reach the Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash zone in Eastern Ukraine.

The announcement comes at a moment the version of a jet fighter downing the airliner for the first time receives serious attention in the West. Countless eyewitness circulating on internet claim at least one military jet flew in the vicinity of MH17 as it disintegrated in the sky on July 17.

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