Saturday, 2 June 2018

Malaysia: There is No Evidence that Russia is to Blame for the Collapse of Our Plane Over Donbas

Transport Minister of Malaysia - Entoni Lok - said his country does not see that there is any convincing evidence that Russia is responsible for the collapse of its passenger plane in August 2014 over Donbass.

He added: "No, there is no convincing evidence that would make Russia responsible for the tragedy of Boeing Malaysia Airlines . We do not see such evidence so far in what the international investigation team came to be. "

He added: "On the basis of everything that has come to date it can not be argued that Russia is guilty of this catastrophe."

Lok said that Malaysia will only keep "indisputable evidence" in everything that will continue.

This is, no doubt, a shock for the United States that immediately took the fall of the Malaysian Boeing to charge Moscow and introduce new anti-sanctions.

Australia and the Netherlands, which officially accused Russia of being at least responsible, were found in the blast.

The text here is a translation, which explains the poor English. Regardless, the meaning is clear - that the Malaysian authorities do not see any clear evidence that pins the shoot down of MH17 on Russia.

The evidence so far shows that MH17 was likely shot down by an air-to-air missile:

Debunking Russian Involvement in the MH17 Shootdown: Arms Manufacturer Almaz-Antey Delivers MH17 Report [ft. Additional Analysis, Evidence and Observations]

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, June 2nd, 2018.]

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