This BUK launcher was filmed on the back of a military track on July 9, 2014 when it went back across the Russian border.
As it reported by the Netherlands’ state broadcaster NOS, citing anonymous sources in the police and the group of independent investigators working on the probe into the plane’s loss, Russian secret services may have executed the troops suspected of shooting down flight MH17. Anonymous sources also complain they are “under siege from persistent attempts by Russian secret services to hack the computer system and plant spyware software on their smartphones”:
“Russian secret services may have executed the troops suspected of shooting down Malaysian Airlines flight MH17. And it is highly likely the aircraft was shot out of the sky by Russian military personnel.”
“Phones and laptops used by investigators in Ukraine had to be ‘destroyed’ subsequently because they were infected with spyware.”
“Even home communications devices of police officers on the investigation were removed because they were ‘contaminated'”
The fact that MH17 flight was shot down on July 17, 2014 in the Donetsk region in Eastern Ukraine by the Russian Buk missile complex is evidenced by the film of the investigation
Earlier a metal shrapnel of BUK rocket was found on the the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17. The international forensic experts and the defense analysts IHS Jane’s in London confirmed that the fragment matched the explosive charge of a BUK (Russian-made anti-aircraft missile system). This fact is the definite proof that Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down by Russian-made missile BUK.