Sunday, November 16, 2014

Dutch crews destroying the Evidence Of The Boeing #MH17 Case

Dutch crews destroying the Evidence Of The Boeing #MH17 Case 


Transport MINISTER of the Donetsk People's Republic Semen Kuzmenko said that extractors from the Netherlands are mishandling Debris of Boeing #MH17, that crashed near Donetsk in July. Moreover's's, he said that they are going to saw up important parts of the wreckage.

Photo: GLOBAL LOOK Press

NEGLIGENCE, and sometimes even using a barbaric attitudes towards the evidence that could help determine the cause of the downing of this Boeing 77, has been reported by the transport minister of the People's Republic of Donetsk Semen Kuz'menko. According to him, for the entire removal of the debris field, they asked for only five coal cars, which can not correctly transport, without risk of it's destruction, all of the evidence. In addition, he is informed that some critical parts are going to be cut from the airliner for ease of transportation.
Kuz'menko also was told that there has begun loading of debris not yet mapped out by Dutch experts who have yet to arrive at the crash site. "From our side we are ready to export the evidence, but the Dutch have not even arrived to the place for loading yet. Neither yesterday or today as expected," he said. Earlier in their communications, Donetsk People's Republic reported that the export of the Malaysian airliner wreckage was to be moved from the 10th to the 11th of November.

"Due to the absence of any representatives from the Dutch experts side," First Deputy Prime Minister Andriy Purgin  of the DNR believes, that the wreckage of the crashed Boeing 777 would need a few weeks to be removed in useful condition. "The process of preparing it is technical and extremely difficult, I would think it would take weeks if not months," he said.  Purgin also noted that the export of the debris will all be done by rail.',"most likely through the Zaporizhzhya Region."

Recalling back, a Boeing 777 airliner of Malaysia Airlines, flying its flight #MH17 on route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpuron July 7, 2014. When it was shot down in the skies over the Donetsk Region of Ukraine. All aboard, 283 passengers and 15 Crew members, died. On September 9th the Safety Council of the Netherlands published A Preliminary Report on the crash. but the exact causes of the tragedy have still not been established.
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