To this day, now over a year after that false flag operation, we still have many out there promoting the lie that "Russia did it", and right now I want to present the following absolutely deplorable article that was just released today by the liars over at the BBC, at www.bbc.com.... This article is entitled: "MH17: "Russian Missile Parts" Found At Ukrainian Crash Site" and is a must read by everyone, for it shows the audacity of the liars in the Jew spew media that they continue to try to blame Russia for this false flag fiasco... I have that article right here for everyone to see for themselves right here.... I absolutely do have my own thoughts and comments to follow:
MH17: 'Russian missile parts' at Ukraine crash site
- 2 hours ago
- From the section Europe
But they say they have not proved their "causal connection" with the crash.
MH17 crashed on land held by Russian-backed rebels in July 2014, killing all 298 on board.
There were 283 passengers, including 80 children, and 15 crew members on the Malaysian Airlines airliner.
About two-thirds of those who died were Dutch nationals, with dozens of Malaysians and Australians among the rest.
Ukraine and many Western countries have accused pro-Russian rebels of shooting down the plane, saying they could have used a Buk missile system supplied by Russia.
Russia and the rebels deny any responsibility and say the Ukrainian military was to blame.
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The Joint Investigation Team (JIT) said in a joint statement with the Dutch Safety Board that the parts had been "secured during a previous recovery mission in eastern Ukraine".
"The parts are of particular interest to the criminal investigation as they can possibly provide more information about who was involved in the crash of MH17. For that reason the JIT further investigates the origin of these parts," the statement said.
Fred Westerbeke, a spokesman for the Dutch Prosecutor's Office, said that seven fragments had been found which were definitely not part of the aircraft, and further investigations had shown that they were probably from a missile system.
"We are going to need more investigation to really find out what exactly this is and if it is part of a possible system that took down MH17," he added.
"If we can establish that, then we can say that it is a breakthrough."
Analysis: By Jonathan Marcus, BBC defence and diplomatic correspondentThe Dutch safety board is characteristically cautious. For now it is insisting that no causal connection can be established between the discovered parts and the crash.
The aircraft is widely believed to have been downed by a surface-to-air missile. Indeed the investigators' preliminary report - released last September - noted that the damage to the aircraft's fuselage and cockpit indicated impacts from a large number of high-energy objects from outside the aircraft; consistent with an engagement by a Buk-type missile.
The crucial question remains who fired the weapon - Russian-backed separatists or even the Russian military itself? The Ukrainians also operate a variant of the Buk system.
The missile parts could be a help here but satellite intelligence may provide more of the picture. Independent investigators have already established a video trail which appears to place a Buk launcher in the crash area on the day in question.
The investigators would now enlist the help of weapons experts and forensic specialists to examine the parts, the statement added.
The JIT comprises representatives of the Netherlands, Ukraine, Belgium, Malaysia and Australia.
They are meeting in The Hague to discuss a draft report on the causes of the crash, the final version of which is expected to be published by the Dutch Safety Board in October.
The statement comes two weeks after Russia vetoed a draft resolution to set up an international tribunal into the disaster, triggering widespread outrage.
Moscow described the Malaysian initiative as "premature" and "counterproductive".
The Boeing 777 was flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur when it was brought down on 17 July last year in Donetsk region.
NTS Notes: OK, It should be obvious to everyone that this is a blatant lie put out by the BBC, and is absolutely some of the poorest journalism possible by these criminals....
I find it appalling that the BBC would run this garbage.... But we know by now who runs and owns the BBC and of course it is our friendly neighborhood tribe members!
Is it not remarkable that this "evidence" surfaces now, over a year after MH17 was shot out of the sky? That and the recent and very fraudulent "flaperon" found on that Reunion Island beach, and I do wonder if these criminals are afraid that the general public is finally putting 2 and 2 together that MH17 = MH370!
There are so many factors wrong with this BBC "report".... It is so wide open with speculation and shows no hard evidence that the "parts" are indeed from a Russian BUK launcher that it claims..In fact the article even states that the Dutch Investigators are being cautious and not coming to the same conclusion that the BBC is harping....I found the entire article to be entirely misleading and full of terrible contradictions.
I am absolutely not sold on this BBC piece of garbage... We have seen again and again how these liars have been hoping that the gullible public will fall for their lies, but more and more people are finally waking up....
One other note... The timing of this falsehood is also perfect if you consider that Vladimir Putin himself is preparing to come to NYC next month to speak in front of the United Nations, and hopefully awaken many more Americans and others world wide to the criminality we face.... This BS BBC piece of garbage may be just the first in a long line of new and disgusting "reports" to try to convince a more skeptical public that Russia is so "evil"...... Watch carefully, for they are coming...
More to come