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(Reuters) - Relatives of MH17 crash victims, angered by what they see as Dutch mishandling of inquiries into the disaster, want a special U.N. envoy to launch an international investigation.
A letter sent to Prime Minister Mark Rutte on Friday, a copy of which was seen by Reuters, said Dutch officials had failed to build a case. They asked that inquiries by the Safety Board and prosecution service be handed over to the United Nations.
Rutte should "request the U.N. to appoint a special envoy to take over," said the letter written by Van der Goen Attorneys.
"Nobody knows who is doing what," said Bob van der Goen, a spokesman for the law firm. "There is no coordination, there is no leadership whatsoever (by) Holland."
An international inquiry is the only way to identify who shot down the plane and ensure they are brought to court, the letter said.
Van der Goen has represented relatives of victims of a 1992 El Al jetliner crash in Amsterdam, a 2010 Afriqiyah Airways crash in the Libyan capital Tripoli and the 1977 Pan Am-KLM crash in the Canary Islands that left 583 people dead.
Too bad they (had to) turn to the UN which has been morphed into a bad institution over the years, but at least there are victims who won`t take the BS anymore and are taking action.
I still have hope we will find out over time what really happened.
The new finance minister of Ukraine, Natalie Jaresko, may have replaced her US citizenship with Ukrainian at the start of this week, but her employer continued to be the US Government, long after she claims she left the State Department. US court and other records reveal that Jaresko has been the co-owner of a management company and Ukrainian investment funds registered in the state of Delaware, dependent for her salary and for investment funds on a $150 million grant from the US Agency for International Development. The US records reveal that according to Jaresko’s former husband, she is culpable in financial misconduct.
originally posted by: learnatic
Given Australia, Ukraine and Holland have signed a non disclosure agreement under which any of the signatories can stop the publishing of any information related to the case, I would not hold my breath for the truth emerging from all this.
originally posted by: BornAgainAlien
Malaysia has been added, but Ukraine being on it it`s just plain wrong.
Ukraine, A “Suspect in Crime” involved in the MH17 Criminal Investigation