US declines to disclose secret data on MH17

11 months ago

U.S. authorities cannot provide classified satellite imagery that allegedly shows a missile launch on a Malaysian Boeing that crashed in Ukraine in 2014. This was in the process of the death of passengers said Judge Hendrick Steenhays.

Steenhays emphasized that for the first time the Netherlands prosecutor requested images in 2014. In response, the United States sent a memorandum familiarized with the national counterterrorism attorney. The findings of the supervisor were appended to the dossier.

With the start of the trial, it was decided to request additional information from the American authorities regarding the launch of the rocket. However, in the USA it was explained that they could not add anything to the previously sent document.
According to Rambler, the defendants in the case of the crash of the Malaysian Boeing, which operated an MH17 flight in 2014, are Russians Igor Girkin, Sergey Dubinsky, Oleg Pulatov, as well as Ukrainian Leonid Kharchenko. As a result of the crash, 298 people were killed.

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