The court in the case of MH17 has presented evidence of a missile launch “Buk”

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In the district court of the Hague on the case of the crash in the Donbas in the summer of 2014, Boeing MH17 Prosecutor’s office presented the recorded telephone conversations, from which it follows that the scene was made launch missiles SAM “Buk”. It is reported by the NRC.

According to published accounts, after the missile hit Donbass militias have suggested that shot down a Ukrainian military plane. In particular, it said the suspects Leonid Kharchenko and Sergey Dubinsky, the newspaper notes. Last call another defendant in the case, Oleg Pulatova, and asked about the launch. It is clarified that in response to this Pulatov said, “”Buk” shot down “Drying””.

The prosecutors said that no other aircraft, in addition to MH17, 17 July 2014, the militia was shot down and the wreckage and bodies of passengers were found fragments of missiles “Buk”.

Earlier, the Prosecutor Thijs Berger spoke about the witness who saw four soldiers in tankistki helmets and immediately launch missiles SAM “Buk”. The prosecution asked the question again of the witness, which takes place in the X48. He claims that on July 17, 2014 spotted travelling anti-aircraft missile complex “Buk”, about the siege of the militias on the road from Snow in the Saur-Grave.

The court in Boeing MH17 in the district court of the Hague resumed on 8 June. The number of people in the meeting room is limited because of the quarantine. Allowed two representatives from each side, the defendants did not attend the meeting, they are in fact, involved only lawyers Oleg Pulatova.

Boeing 777 Malaysia Airlines, flying flight MH17 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur crashed in the Donetsk region on July 17, 2014. On Board were 298 people, they all died. An international investigation team following the results of investigation named the accused in the case of the death of Boeing. It is the Russians Igor Girkin (Shooters), Mr Pulatov, Sergey Dubinsky and Ukrainian Leonid Kharchenko. All of them, according to investigators, are related to the displacement of the complex “Buk”, from which, presumably, was hit by a ship.

Video, photo All from Russia.

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