Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Explaining the sudden silence on Flight #MH17 Investigation

Tuesday, 19 August 2014

MH17: Explaining the silence


Holland,
Belgium, Australia & Ukraine signed a “Non-Disclosure
Agreement” 10 days ago that prevents any of them from disclosing
the results of the MH17 investigation and gives any one of them
arbitrary veto power over disclosure which is binding on the other
signatories. It's still fuzzy about Malaysia; at first Malaysia
"categorically refused to sign”, then it might have signed in
a hush-hush manner. No official confirmation from Kuala Lumpur.


---Mark
Sleboda

The
results of the investigation of the death of the Boeing 777
classified
Ukraine,
the Netherlands, Australia and Belgium on August 8, signed a
non-disclosure agreement of data obtained during the investigation


Результаты
следствия гибели Боинга-777 засекретили.


13
August, 2014



In the framework of the 4-way agreement signed on 8 August between
Ukraine, the Netherlands, Belgium and Australia, informationon the
progress and results of the investigation of the disaster Malaysian
Boeing 777” will be kept private.
As UNIAN correspondent, about the 10th of August at a briefing in Kyiv
said the speaker of the Prosecutor General Yuri Boychenko. In his
words, in the course of the investigation continue investigation and
other investigative actions - their results will be published on
completion of the investigation and only if a consensus agreement of
all parties that have signed a corresponding agreement.
Data loss flight MH17 in Donetsk region will be published with the consent
of all parties who participate in investigation. Any of the
signatories has the right to veto the publication of the results of
the investigation without explanation.
The GPU noted that currently, investigations are continuing, ongoing
examination. 
Only after signing of this agreement, the Verkhovna Rada
of Ukraine ratified the agreement on sending Malaysian staff to
investigate the crash of a passenger liner "Malaysian airlines"
in Donetsk region
International experts admit that for the survey of the wreck Malaysian Boeing 777
will take several weeks.
The second phase searches the remains of the victims of the crash of
flight MH17 will be discussed next week.
Thus, it is safe to assume the results of the investigation are actually
classified and the final expert opinion or will not be released ever
(the precedent is already there), or only after a few years, when the
political causes of the disaster will lose its relevance.
The conclusion is simple - the intermediate results of the investigation
directly prove the innocence of Russia and/or DND to death Malaysian
liner and it is strictly not satisfied with countries-signatories. Of
course this does not apply to ordinary citizens or relatives of
victims of the disaster, and to the ruling political elites of these
countries.
P.S.
The Only country who refused (in absolute terms) to sign this agreement,
Malaysia. But it is suppose to today.



This is an earlier report from the semi-official New Straits Times in Malaysia

US
analysts conclude MH17 downed by aircraft
 


7
August, 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: INTELLIGENCE analysts in the United States had already
concluded that Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down by an
air-to-air missile, and that the Ukrainian government had had
something to do with it.


This corroborates an emerging theory postulated by local investigators
that the Boeing 777-200 was crippled by an air-to-air missile and
finished off with cannon fire from a fighter that had been shadowing
it as it plummeted to earth.
In a damning report dated Aug 3, headlined “Flight 17 Shoot-Down
Scenario Shifts”, Associated Press reporter Robert Parry said “some
US intelligence sources had concluded that the rebels and Russia were
likely not at fault and that it appears Ukrainian government forces
were to blame”.


This new revelation was posted on GlobalResearch, an independent research
and media organisation.
In a statement released by the Ukrainian embassy on Tuesday, Kiev denied
that its fighters were airborne during the time MH17 was shot down.
This follows a statement released by the Russian Defence Ministry
that its air traffic control had detected Ukrainian Air Force
activity in the area on the same day.
They also denied all allegations made by the Russian government and said
the country’s core interest was in ensuring an immediate,
comprehensive, transparent and unbiased international investigation
into the tragedy by establishing a state commission comprising
experts from the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) and
Eurocontrol.
We have evidence that the plane was downed by Russian-backed terrorist
with a BUK-M1 SAM system (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation
reporting name SA-11) which, together with the crew, had been
supplied from Russia. This was all confirmed by our intelligence,
intercepted telephone conversations of the terrorists and satellite
pictures.
At the same time, the Ukrainian Armed Forces have never used any
anti-aircraft missiles since the anti-terrorist operations started in
early April,” the statement read.
Yesterday, the New Straits Times quotedexperts who had said that 
photographs of the blast fragmentation patterns on the 
fuselage of the airliner showed two distinct shapes —
the shredding pattern associated with a warhead packed with
“fleschettes”, and the more uniform, round-type penetration holes
consistent with that of cannon rounds.
Parry’s conclusion also stemmed from the fact that despite assertions from
the Obama administration, there has not been a shred of tangible
evidence to support the conclusion that Russia supplied the rebels
with the BUK-M1 anti-aircraft missile system that would be needed to
hit a civilian jetliner flying at 33,000 feet.
Parry also cited a July 29 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation interview with
Michael Bociurkiw, one of the first Organisation for Security and
Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) investigators to arrive at the scene of
the disaster, near Donetsk.


Bociurkiw is a Ukrainian-Canadian monitor with OSCE who, along with another
colleague, were the first international monitors to reach the
wreckage after flight MH17 was brought down over eastern Ukraine.
In the CBC interview, the reporter in the video preceded it with: “The
wreckage was still smouldering when a small team from the OSCE got
there. No other officials arrived for days”.
There have been two or three pieces of fuselage that have been really
pockmarked with what almost looks like machinegun fire; very, very
strong machinegun fire,” Bociurkiw said in the interview.

Parry had said that Bociurkiw’s testimony is “as close to virgin,
untouched evidence and testimony as we’ll ever get. Unlike a
black-box interpretation-analysis long afterward by the Russian,
British or Ukrainian governments, each of which has a horse in this
race, this testimony from Bociurkiw is raw, independent and comes
from one of the two earliest witnesses to the physical evidence.
That’s powerfully authoritative testimony. Bociurkiw arrived there fast
because he negotiated with the locals for the rest of the OSCE team,
who were organising to come later,” Parry had said.
Retired Lufthansa pilot Peter Haisenko had also weighed in on the new
shootdown theory with Parry and pointed to the entry and exit holes
centred around the cockpit.
You can see the entry and exit holes. The edge of a portion of the holes
is bent inwards. These are the smaller holes, round and clean,
showing the entry points most likely that of a 30mm caliber
projectile.

The edge of the other, the larger and slightly frayed exit holes, show
shreds of metal pointing produced by the same caliber projectiles.
Moreover, it is evident that these exit holes of the outer layer of
the double aluminum reinforced structure are shredded or bent —
outwardly.”
He deduced that in order to have some of those holes fraying inwardly,
and the others fraying outwardly, there had to have been a second
fighter firing into the cockpit from the airliner’s starboard side.
This is critical, as no surface-fired missile (or shrapnel) hitting
the airliner could possibly punch holes into the cockpit from both
sides of the plane.
It had to have been a hail of bullets from both sides that brought the
plane down. This is Haisenko’s main discovery. You can’t have
projectiles going in both directions — into the left-hand-side
fuselage panel from both its left and right sides — unless they are
coming at the panel from different directions.
Nobody before Haisenko had noticed that the projectiles had ripped through
that panel from both its left side and its right side. This is what
rules out any ground-fired missile,” Parry had said.



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