Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Kiev’s Evidence of Militia’s Responsibility for Airliner Crash Faked - Expert

A tape posted by Ukrainian security services in the Internet and allegedly recording a talk between self-defense fighters about the destruction of a Malaysian airliner is a fake, experts said on Sunday.

A group of experts studied the tape and came to the conclusion that it was made up of numerous unrelated recordings.

“This audio recording is not an integral file and is made up of several fragments,” said Nikolai Popov, a reputable expert in sound and voice analysis.

Specifically, the first of the three audio fragments, in which Gorlovka self-defense militia commander Igor Bezler talks about a plane shot down by the fighters, does not say anything about the type of the plane, the expert said.

At the same time, the name of the town of Yenakiyevo is clearly heard in the tape. However, the town is located about 100 km (60 miles) from the settlement of Snezhnoye where the Malaysian Boeing-777 airliner crashed.

Bezler said the talk had really taken place but the he had talked about a Ukrainian attack aircraft shot down by the militia above Yenakiyevo a day before the Malaysian airliner crash.

If this analysis is correct the official story is almost certainly a lie, and the attack on MH17 a false flag event designed to vilify Russia.

We still need to see the analysis in detail to understand the claim being made here.

RT posted a story on the expert's findings:

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, July 22nd, 2014.]

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