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So, your statement is not really accurate. For some "mysterious" reason, BBC pulled that report fairly quickly after it aired. Ooops!
Ukraine's story has been consistent since day one.
Consistently fake, with all kinds of pathetic amateur evidences and lies.
Poroshenko telling on Australian television just recently how he has satellite images, backed by Nuland saying they have handed out over all US evidence including classified information which maybe in the future be made public.
...and after that we have the head investigation saying there are no such thing as satellite images with proof in the hands of the investigation team...they can`t even get their stories lined up...what a joke it has become.
, only a very small part was in the video I was referring to, that of the testimony of the peasant women.
The video I saw also included maybe 20 seconds or so of amateur footage, slightly out of focus, of the airliner as it spiraled down through about 2000 feet, with one engine engulfed in flames.
My bet is THAT was the part they didn't want seen.
Russia’s Investigative Committee has confirmed the claims by a Ukrainian, who said he witnessed the deployment of a Ukrainian warplane armed with air-to-air missiles on the day the Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 was shot down.
The interview was conducted on Tuesday, spokesman for the committee Vladimir Markin told the media on Wednesday.
This followed a report in a Russian newspaper, in which the Ukrainian citizen, who preferred to remain anonymous, voiced his allegations.
The investigators used a polygraph during the interview, which showed no evidence of the witness lying, he added.
MOSCOW, December 24. /TASS/. Russia’s Investigative Committee (IC) is prepared to share newly-discovered evidence regarding last summer’s Malaysian Boeing disaster in Ukraine with the international panel of inquiry, IC spokesman Vladimir Markin has told TASS.