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Newly discovered raw data picked up by a civilian radar station on the day of the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash shows no signs of a missile being fired at the plane from territory controlled by rebels, the Russian military and radar producer said.
The existence of raw data was announced last week by Almaz-Antey, the producer of the Buk missile system. The system is believed by an international investigation to have caused the 2014 crash over Ukraine.
originally posted by: hounddoghowlie
a reply to: Xcalibur254
it couldn't be the russians they are the new world saviors from the big bad NATO the West, and U.S.
they never meddle in other counties affairs /interest, kill innocent people or have suggested that the use of nukes might become necessary.
originally posted by: verschickter
a reply to: paraphi
It was not an air-traffic control, it´s a research institute that uses this radar. I can´t find much about the "Utjos-T", except for the recent articles. The english section of the website Almaz-Antey has not been updated since 2013, the russian version is unusable for me.
P.S. Utyos/Utes are two variants of the transliterated Russian letter «ё», don't get misleaded, it's the same radar complex.
originally posted by: Ohanka
Well of course there won't be. It wasn't shot down by the freedom fighters, it was shot down by the Ukrainian Air Force. An S-125 SAM specifically. Only the Fascist Kiev Junta's Military operate this system, the Donbass Militia don't have them.