Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Why couldn't the Dutch team simply count, visit and investigate Ukrainian BUK missile batteries? You know battery No. 312?
The Video about the Dutch Safety Board’s investigation uses and thus authenticates a recording from the crash site made very shortly after the remnants of MH17 fell on the ground. The footage also shows the chaff foils descending from above on the already burning debris on the ground. The report passes in silence the strange appearance of the chaff foils falling over the wreckage already on the ground:
The MH17 Dutch team shows very well in their reconstruction, re-animation video how, after being directly hit by a missile, the front part of the plane decided to fly into/against the vector of the blast and then turn against the vector of its own and the plane's momentum and land 2-3 miles backwards. No explanation is offered.