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Contrary to what some other posters put forward, the Dutch are not going to protect Ukraine if its determined they are the ones responsible for the shoot down.
The release of sensitive information in one country could be acceptable while the same info in another country would be restricted.
Remember we are dealing with a western standard of evidence and prosecution.
That was the sole intent of this agreement. To prevent one of the nations involved from releasing information that can jeopardize the Investigation and prosecution for MH17. It does NOT allow involved nations to veto what the report states nor does it allow a nation to veto criminal prosecution.
originally posted by: Xcathdra
a reply to: VirusGuard
You go for fail any chance you get.
Because a release of information can contaminate the evidence. It can contaminate a jury pool. Under western standards