Prof Michel Chussudovsky — Global Research July 21, 2018
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The evidence amply confirms that Malaysian Airlines MH17 was not brought down by a surface to air missile. It was brought down by a military aircraft.
The U.S and its allies continue to accuse Russia and the Donbass separatists of having brought down the plane with a surface to air missile.
The Dutch investigation has been twisted. The families of the victims have been misled.
“Machine Gun Like Holes”
The shrapnel marks should be distinguished from the small entry and exit holes “most likely that of a 30-millimeter caliber projectile” fired from a military aircraft. These holes could not have been caused by a missile explosion as hinted by the MSM and the “official” investigation.
While the MSN is saying that the “shrapnel-like holes” can be caused by a missile, the OSCE has confirmed the existence of what it describes as “machine gun like holes”.
In this regard, the GSh-302 firing gun operated by an Su-25 is able to fire 3000 rpm which explains the numerous entry and exit holes.
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According to the DSB, Ukraine’s National Bureau of Air Accidents Investigation (NBAAI) requested the Netherlands to undertake the investigation on 23 July 2014.
The perforations were identified as the result of “high energy objects” from outside the aircraft.
The Dutch Safety Board dismissed from the outset an analysis of the machine gun-like holes, stating that these were the consequence of the explosion of the surface to air missile which was “spraying its fragments” towards the aircraft.
They also casually denied the testimonies of witnesses (recorded by a BBC report, which was subsequently suppressed) who saw a second aircraft. Nor do they mention the testimony of the Spanish air traffic controller.
The government of the Netherlands issued an official statement, without evidence:
The Netherlands and Australia hold Russia responsible for its part in the downing of flight MH17. The government took a decision on this matter, on the proposal of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Stef Blok. Our two countries have informed Russia of their decision.
‘The downing of flight MH17 caused unimaginable suffering,’ said Dutch foreign minister Stef Blok. ‘The government has always said that the truth surrounding the MH17 disaster had to be brought to light and that justice must be achieved for the victims and their next of kin. The Netherlands has the support of the international community in this respect. On the basis of the JIT’s conclusions, the Netherlands and Australia are now convinced that Russia is responsible for the deployment of the Buk installation that was used to down MH17. The government is now taking the next step by formally holding Russia accountable.’