Tag "Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17"

Russian Colonel General Identified as Key MH17 Figure

By Bellingcat Русская версия этого расследования опубликована изданием The Insider. A joint investigation between The Insider and Bellingcat used open source research, investigative journalism, and forensic voice analyan sis to determine the identity of “Delfin,” a key figure sought by the Joint Investigation Team (JIT), the Dutch-led criminal investigation into the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 (MH17). The investigation has identified, to a high degree of certainty, Delfin as Colonel

Russia trying to influence Dutch public opinion on MH17 with fake news – minister

By UNIAN The Russian security services are trying to influence public opinion in the Netherlands by spreading fake news, home affairs minister Kajsa Ollongren has said in a briefing to MPs, Dutch News reports. “The Netherlands is being monitored by the Russian security services among others,” Ollongren told MPs, according to Dutch News. “We know what Russia is up to, but we should not assume Russia is the only one.”

New MH17 Photograph Geolocated to Donetsk

By Bellingcat Investigation Team On October 19, 2017, the Joint Investigation Team (JIT), the Dutch-led criminal investigation into the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 (MH17) over Ukraine, published a new photograph Buk 332, the Russian Buk missile launcher that downed MH17 on July 17, 2014. Buk 332, previously identified by Bellingcat as ‘Buk 3×2,’ is an anti-aircraft missile launcher belonging to Russia’s Kursk-based 53rd Anti-Aircraft Missile Brigade. The image shows the

Time for the ninth MH17 disinformation round

By EU vs Disinfo In the pro-Kremlin disinformation news cycle, timing is everything.  Every occasion can be used to amplify and strengthen the false message. This week’s opportunity occurred when the separatist officials of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic handed over “human remains and debris” from the MH17 to the Dutch investigators. One may say with good reason it took some time: Malaysian Airlines flight was shot down over Eastern

Mixed Kremlin reaction to Bellingcat report on MH17 shootdown

By Donald N. Jensen, for CEPA The latest report by investigative search network Bellingcat on the 17 July 2014 shootdown of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 by a Russian-made Buk missile over war-torn eastern Ukraine— published on the tragedy’s third anniversary—presents a strong case for an official Russian link to the disaster. The Bellingcat findings support the conclusions of a September 2016 report by the official Joint Investigation Team (JIT), comprised

Flight MH17 three years on: getting the truth out of Eastern Ukraine

By East Stratcom Where were you on 17 July, 2014? On this day a Malaysian Airlines flight, which had taken off from Amsterdam bound for Kuala Lumpur, was shot down over Eastern Ukraine, killing all 298 passengers and crew, among them 80 children. To many, this tragic event became a watershed: the conflict in Eastern Ukraine ceased to be a regional problem and moved much closer to the life of

MH17 – The Open Source Investigation, Three Years Later

By Bellingcat Investigation Team. for Bellingcat The full report can be downloaded here  Today, we are releasing a report summarizing all major open source evidence surrounding the downing of MH17 in an easy-to-read 73-page survey. This report is broken into thirteen chapters, summarizing the circumstances that led to the downing of MH17, information on the Buk missile launcher that downed the passenger plane, a summary of alternative scenarios regarding the

Fake: Ukraine’s Security Service Orders Destruction of MH17 Crash Evidence

Russian sites Sovershenno Sekretno (Top secret) and the Federal Investigation Agency.ru published stories featuring what they claim are Ukrainian Security Service documents with instructions for destroying MH 17 crash related evidence. Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was a scheduled passenger flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur that was shot down on July 17, 2014, by a Russian Buk surface to air missile over territory in eastern Ukraine occupied by regular Russian

Pre-MH17 Photograph of Buk 332 Discovered

By Bellingcat Since the July 17, 2014 downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 (MH17), Bellingcat has published numerous articles concerning the anti-aircraft missile launcher that downed the passenger plane–Buk 332, of Russia’s 53rd Anti-Aircraft Missile Brigade. This Buk missile launcher (TELAR) was previous dubbed “Buk 3×2” due to an obscured middle digit, but after a May 3, 2016 report, we established that the middle digit was originally a “3,” making

Photographs of Ukrainian Buks Geolocated, Nearly Three Years Later

By Bellingcat On July 15, 2014, a chaplain for the Ukrainian Armed Forces named O. (short for “otets,” or “father”) Gredil Mykhailo uploaded a handful of photographs showing a Ukrainian Buk missile launcher in a field that appeared to function as a Ukrainian military camp. The photographs would not be noteworthy if it were not for two things: the fact that Mykhailo uploaded the photographs two days before the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight

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