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Fragments of a Buk anti-aircraft missile have been found in the bodies of victims of the Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 disaster in eastern Ukraine, an investigator has said.
Vasyl Vovk, a senior officer of the Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) who headed the Ukrainian contribution to the joint investigation into the disaster, said the fragments found amongst the aircraft wreckage and in victims' bodies matched parts from two Buk missiles that investigators dismantled for comparison.
Vasyl Vovk, a senior officer of the Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) who headed the Ukrainian contribution to the joint investigation into the disaster, said the fragments found amongst the aircraft wreckage and in victims' bodies matched parts from two Buk missiles that investigators dismantled for comparison. “The fragments found in the bodies of the victims and the remains of the aircraft, are elements that resemble the samples from Buks given to experts for comparative research,” Mr Vovk told Dutch news site NOS.
In August, the prosecution already known to have been found at the crash site of flight MH17 parts that are supposedly by a Buk missile are . To get more information about these systems , Ukraine has made two BUKS made available to the research team, the Joint International Criminal Investigation Team MH17
The research team JIT confirms Vasyl Vovk until recently was part of the team , but finds his statements " are not careful ." " The JIT examines various scenarios , including most probable : . That the MH17 is brought down by a Buk missile It is therefore extensively researched Buk missile systems But while much pointing in one direction , other scenarios can not be excluded . " , the JIT writes in a comment.
It doesn't matter who owns them, the basic missile is the same.
And keep in mind that Russia is part of the investigation and had to sign off on the report. They were privy to everything done and have the final draft of the report already.
So the Ukrainian 9K37 is different from the Russian 9K37. Got it.
It's also possible that the aircraft just suddenly exploded. There are any number of scenarios that are possible. But the one the evidence points to is a BUK.
You think that Russia is going to sign off on a report that points to a SAM when there is evidence that something else did it?
originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: bjarneorn
It took a year to complete the report, which is actually fast for a crash report.
July 14, 2014
Convoy of hearses today carried a second batch of Flight MH17 victims to military barracks in Hilversum, Holland
Bodies taken to at Korporaal van Oudheusden military barracks, where they will be identified by forensic experts
Globally, some 1,000 people are involved in the tortuous identification process, which could take several months
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