Questions You Should be Asking the World Around You
Two new videos about the MH-17 investigation are out.
They’re both an hour long so I suggest viewing them while you’re doing something else so that you don’t fall asleep. Both of them have been translated to english as well.
The JIT has in their possession, intercepted conversations, but they’re from the Ukrainian intelligence, so those are about as reliable as someone saying that Elvis is still alive.
The JIT has ruled out the theory that the MH-17 was attacked by fighter jets.
The JIT has about 100 persons of interest, all of which are not available for examination at this time, and whose names and nationalities will remain confidential.
The JIT’s main sources for information are social media, and the Ukrainian intelligence.
The JIT claims that they have received Russian arena testing data 2 weeks ago, but they will add that data to the investigation in the future. (Almaz Antey has been conducting tests, and complaining about the JIT not accepting their data for more than a year now.)
The JIT refuses to investigate Ukrainian air control operators for their role in re-routing the MH-17 through an active war-zone.
Essentially, nothing new has surfaced. Everything the JIT has presented are the exact same things we’ve all heard and argued with each other about before.
Sophia Kuryolenko from Ukrainian Radio Svoboda asks about American satellite intel:
Sophia: Could you perhaps provide a clear answer as to whether the satellite images from the Americans were used or not, because there’s a lot of speculation, and I was unable to distill that from your presentation either?
Head prosecutor Fred Vesterbeg: “Americans disclosed all the relevant material available to them…and comprises many state secrets…we were provided insight via the MIVD, and the special prosecutor from my prosecution service, based on that, the US provided us with conclusions based on that material. We can use that report in the criminal case as part of the file, and especially combined with the opportunity that the prosecutor who saw the underlying material can make a statement about that, it will remain classified, but we can certainly use it for our investigation.”
Sohia: So there are satellite images?
Head prosecutor Fred Vesterbeg: “I didn’t say anything about what we saw, we were allowed to view all the material available.”
This doesn’t sound completely circular at all…
Almaz Antey has conducted simulations, taking into account the damage points on the MH-17, and the technical capabilites of the BUK missile.
The JITs simulations are based on American warheads. Missiles that are not made by Almaz Antey.
Fragmentation spread is different between the Almaz Antey 3d model warhead, and the Dutch 3d model warhead.
Almaz Antey invites the JIT to analyze technical documents of the BUK, dating back to the 80’s.
Many impact marks on the actual MH-17 show fragments had bounced off or merely scraped the surface of the airplane, and had not penetrated the hull. Almaz Antey speculates that the weapon used on the MH-17 had to be traveling nearly parallel to MH-17.
Almaz Antey missiles use bowtie shaped fragments. Many holes on the MH-17 do not resemble bowtie fragments.
According to the dutch model, which postulates a headlong impact, the right MH-17 wing should have been damaged as fragments from the missile and the plane itself would have scattered to that area. However, the dutch report states that the MH-17’s right wing was found undamaged. The actual MH-17 had damage to the left side of the cockpit, as well as the left wing and left engine.
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