Radar Reveals Flight MH-17 Successfully Flies Away From Crash Scene. Aluminum chaff designed to cloak the event was unsuccessful.
Forensics and Eye-Witness Accounts Confirm Alleged MH-17 Crash Victims Were Already Dead Prior to the Day of Attempted False Flag.
OVERVIEW: Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 (MH17/MAS17) was a scheduled international passenger flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur that crashed on 17 July 2014 after being allegedly shot down with 283 passengers and 15 crew on board.
The Boeing 777-200ER airliner reportedly lost contact about 50 km (31 mi) from the Ukraine–Russia border and allegedly crashed near Torez in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine, 40 km (25 mi) from the border.
The incident occurred during the so-called Battle in Shakhtarsk Raion, part of the ongoing manufactured conflict in Donbass, in an area where the Donbass People’s Militia were resisting unlawful aggression from Ukraine’s state-sponsored militia.
According to American and German intelligence sources, the plane was allegedly shot down by pro-Russian insurgents using a sophisticated Buk surface-to-air missile system fired from the territory which they were defending. Open source investigation has now revealed the bulk of these reported events to be untrue.
The Dutch Safety Board issued a fabricated preliminary report on 9 September 2014 and promised a final (fabricated) report one year from the event which would fall on July 17, 2015.
On March 26, 2015, Ukraine’s Oligarchs were reported in dispute and communicating with the perpetrators of the MH-17 False Flag. (Source)
“We know that members of the Israeli military led the violent overthrow of the elected government of Ukraine in February 2014, and we know that Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 was shot down while flying through the air traffic control region of Dnepropetrovsk, where the governor, Igor Kolomoisky, happens to be an Israeli billionaire involved in aviation companies.”
On July 2, 2015 it was reported that Russia rejected the report contained in the Dutch Safety Board final draft copy claiming the report:
“raises more questions than it gives answers.”(source)
MOSCOW (AP) — A Russian aviation official says a draft Dutch report into last year’s crash of Malaysian Airlines flight 17 in eastern Ukraine“raises more questions than it gives answers.”
The Dutch Safety Board has made the draft available to representatives of Malaysia, Ukraine, the U.S., Russia, Britain, Australia and the Netherlands.
Oleg Storchevoi, a deputy chief of Rosaviatsiya, said Thursday the agency has complaints regarding both the technical data and the arguments in the report, according to Russian news agencies. He did not give details.
Controversy continues over who downed the plane last July over eastern Ukraine, killing all 298 people aboard. Ukraine and the West suspect it was destroyed by a Russian surface-to-air missile fired by Russian soldiers or Russia-backed separatist rebels fighting in the area. Russia denies that.