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originally posted by: earthling42
a reply to: Zcustosmorum
Yes, i've read this
it most certainly ISN'T proof of which side carried out the attack
many times today already, but since Strelkov proudly posted on his VK and twitter that they had shot down another aircraft with the warning 'do not fly in our sky', and since MH17 was hit head on, the question "who?" should not be to hard to answer.
originally posted by: tsurfer2000h
a reply to: Zcustosmorum
this is simply a scientist throwing in his opinion and it most certainly ISN'T proof of which side carried out the attack
Well here is an interesting thing about that...
MH 17 was hit around the cockpit as the plane was flying east well into separatists held territory.
So I have to ask how could Ukraine have shot it down in separatists territory without being noticed by the separatists or anyone for that matter?
So by knowing that who else could bring a plane down heading East and it be shot right behind the cockpit...Buk missiles are pretty good, they aren't magical.
originally posted by: JHumm
Does that mean that if someone is killed with a 223/556 that is was done by an AR 15 with an American soldier behind the trigger?
originally posted by: bjarneorn
What is however relevant, is motive ... an accident, is not a crime. Whoever committed it ... and any attempt by you or any other, to create a world war, over an accident is a crime ... by you.
The Netherlands has denied reports that the Malaysia Airlines plane was downed by a Buk missile, killing all 298 passengers and crew last July.
The Dutch Safety Board (DSB), which is investigating the cause of the crash, responded to reports released earlier by Netherlands broadcaster RTL alleging that the flight MH17 was downed by a Russian-made anti-aircraft missile system.
“The investigation into the cause of the accident is in full progress and focuses on many more sources than only the shrapnel,” the DSB stated.
"Additional investigation material is welcome, but it is imperative that it can be indisputably shown that there is a relationship between the material and the downed aircraft," the agency emphasized Thursday in a statement.
“We are not yet ready to take any conclusion,” he pointed out.
originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: Xcathdra
And like any investigation won't say anything about the cause until after its over with.