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Fragments of Russian Buk- M1-2 missile body are identical to fragments from MH17 wreckage, - expert report

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Fragments of Russian Buk- M1-2 missile body are identical to fragments from MH17 wreckage, - expert report

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Body fragments of the Russian anti-aircraft missile Buk- M1-2 were identified during examination of the wreck from the crash scene. Similar fragments of missiles were extracted from the wings and body parts of the airliner.

According to Censor.NET sources close to the investigation into the downing of the Malaysian Boeing, chemical analysis proved the identity of these fragments.

The examination of the fragments of the antiaircraft missile continues in The Hague.

"Russia is preparing itself for the final battle to change the results of the investigation of the Boeing crash. A group of Russian experts from the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) is going to visit The Hague to prove that the launch of the deadly AA missile was made not from the vicinity of Snizhne but from some other location.

"The ballistics experts from Ukraine will be also defending their conclusions in the ICAO.

"The Hague awaits Putin. His chance to follow Gaddafi's destiny is constantly increasing," Censor.NET Chief Editor Yurii Butusov wrote on Facebook.

censor.net.ua: In Russian




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