Malaysia spoke about the attempts of the U.S. and Ukraine to take possession of the black boxes MH17

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The black boxes fallen in Donbass “Boeing” tried to take over the United States and Ukraine. This was stated by Colonel Mohamad Sakri, who led the operation of the national security Council of Malaysia, after the crash. His interview appears in a documentary by Dutch Director max von der Werff. It appeared on YouTube on July 20, the media drew attention to it only now.

According to the military, the Malaysian side had to conduct a secret operation to take control of on-Board recorders, according to RIA Novosti. Sakri said that in order to get to the crash site first, had to secretly go to Donbass and to negotiate with the militia. Then he supposedly came to the agents of the FBI, who wanted to see the boxes, and the Kiev authorities tried to “force them to leave black boxes”.

The Director also gave an interview to the Prime Minister of Malaysia Mahathir Mohamad. According to him, the Joint investigation team (JIT SSG), charged with the investigation, simply ignores his country and its data. “They really don’t look at the cause of the accident and who was responsible, but decided that it should be Russia. We cannot accept such an attitude,” he said.

Van der Werff is engaged in an independent investigation of the crash. In his 28-minute film also argues that the United States tried to organize a NATO military operation in the East of Ukraine. It is noted that under the pretext of saving the wreckage and bodies were allegedly intended to defeat the militia and reach the Crimea.

The film also tells about how to edit the security Service of Ukraine records the talks presented as evidence in the case. To such conclusions came as Malaysian experts and a German expert.

“Boeing-777” Malaysia Airlines flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur crashed in the Donetsk region on July 17, 2014. All 298 people on Board were killed. An international investigation concluded that the plane was shot down by a missile complex “Buk”, and announced the names of four suspects, including three Russians and a Ukrainian. It is expected that the court in this case held in the spring of 2020.

The Russian foreign Ministry called the accusations “totally unfounded” and stressed that the investigation team has not provided any concrete evidence of the involvement of the Russian side to disaster.

Video, photo All from Russia.

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