Russia Questions MH 17


Expert Yuri Antipov believes that there are many inconsistencies in the case of the crash of flight MH17 in Ukraine in 2014. In his opinion, the accusations addressed to Russia by the Netherlands sound strange.

Independent technical expert Yuri Antipov spoke about the oddities and inconsistencies in the case of the crash of the Malaysian Boeing-777 in Ukraine in 2014. In an interview with the online publication “Tsargrad”, the specialist noted that the charges against Russia from the Netherlands do not lend themselves to logic, because it was the Netherlands that received enormous benefits from this whole situation.

Antipov explained that many states keep their gold reserves in the United States Reserve Fund, including Russia. However, despite all efforts, these countries are not able to fully get these resources back. It is noteworthy that after the crash of flight MH17, 200 tons of gold from the USA was received by Holland, and the expert cannot understand “for what services”….

These facts suggest an expert that the Dutch and the Americans may be involved in the crash of an airliner. Antipov also does not exclude that Ukrainians are involved in this matter as well, who still continue anti-Russian propaganda through the media.

It is worth noting that earlier, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad called politically motivated conclusions reached by the investigators in the plane crash case. He also stressed that all the accusations against Russia are based on unverified information.
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad believes that the findings of international investigators on the crash of flight MH17 are politically motivated and based on unverified information.

In an interview with journalists in Malaysian Putrajaya, Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad stated that the real purpose of the investigation into the crash of flight MH17 in Ukraine in 2014 was not to establish the true causes of the disaster, but to blame Russia. Thus, he made it clear that he did not recognize the outcome of the investigation in this case.

According to the politician, from the very beginning the investigation was a political issue, and the investigators’ conclusions were based on unverified information. As stated in the Malay Mail article, the translation of which was provided by the online publication PolitRussia , Mohamad expressed confidence that all this was necessary for the West to blame for what happened on Moscow.

Earlier, during a press conference in Tokyo, Mohamad called the investigation into the collapse of the Malaysian Boeing-777 “overly politicized.” He also stressed that Western investigators want to blame Russia for everything, but they cannot provide relevant evidence. In addition, Mohamad deplored the fact that Malaysian experts were suspended from the investigation for “well-known reasons . ”

It is worth noting that a member of the Association of Technical Experts of Russia, Yuri Antipov, questioned the official version of the crash MH17. In his opinion, the cause of the disaster could not have been a rocket, as the investigators believe, but an explosive device located on the left side of the dashboard in the cockpit. The expert arrived at these conclusions during his own investigation into the circumstances of the incident.



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