Introduction — Sept 29, 2016
Like the U.S. investigation into 9/11 or the inquiry into Princess Diana’s death, inquests into elite instigated crimes invariably end up reinforcing the official version of events
In Princess Diana’s case vital evidence and sworn testimony was ignored by Judge Herve Stephan’s inquiry.
While the 9/11 Commission pointedly overlooked evidence pointing to a controlled demolition of the World Trade Center or indications of Israeli involvement. Just like the inquest into Princess Diana’s death the 9/11 Commission dished up what was effectively a whitewash.
The Dutch-led investigation into the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 appears to be no different. It conveniently blames Russian-backed rebels fighting the Western aligned government in Kiev; going so far as to suggest that the missile that was supposed to have downed flight MH17 was fired from inside Russia.
All of which helps cast President Putin in the same role once occupied by Saddam Hussein, and we know what that led to. In fact the inquiry’s findings only buttress suggestions from the White House, made the day after MH17 went down and before the inquiry had even commenced, that Russia was somehow implicated.
However, while the inquiry’s findings implicate Russia they ignores crucial evidence. This includes nearby villagers who claim to have seen jet fighters firing on the passenger plane and satellite imagery that supports their claims. Both have been further confirmed by radar data.
In much the same way that they once did with Saddam Hussein and Iraq, the Western media is now trying to portray Russia and President Putin in a similar light. Will it lead to the same conclusion? Ed.
MH17: Rebels found responsible for shooting down Malaysia Airlines plane with Buk missile system from Russia
Lizzie Dearden — The Independent Sept 28, 2016
A report by the Dutch-led Joint Investigation Team (JIT) confirmed the missile that downed the plane was brought in from Russia and fired from rebel-controlled territory, during the conflict in eastern Ukraine.
Wilbert Paulissen, a senior Dutch police official, played a press conference intercepted phone conversations between rebel fighters discussing a Buk missile system.
“It may be concluded MH17 was shot down by a 9M38 missile launched by a Buk, brought in from the territory of the Russian Federation, and that after launch was subsequently returned to the Russian Federation,” he added.
“The conclusion is that MH17 was shot down by a Buk missile launched from a site around 6km south of the village of Snizhne.”
Investigators pinpointed the launch site atop a hill in farmland west of Pervomaiskyi, saying witnesses photographed a smoke trail and reported hearing the sound of it being fired.
They traced the convoy carrying the Buk, originally with four missiles, from the Russian border through Donetsk, Torez, Snizhne and on to the launch site in the hours before MH17 was downed.
Officials said the weapon was escorted by pro-Russian fighters, with its path recorded by numerous videos and images recorded by members of the public, before being returned to Russia after the launch.