Kiev jet flying near MH17 flight before crash: Russia
A live webcast press conference of Chief OPERA Russian Defense Ministry Andrei Kartapolova and Air Force Chief of Staff Igor Makusheva about crash Boeing-777 airliner.
Russian satellites and
American satellites recorded
America is being forced to backtrack on accusations that Russia downed flight MH17 after Russia produced proof that (as this web site reported on day one,) Ukranian fighter jets were accompanying flight MH17. Now an AP reporter has also stepped forward, saying that all along, from day one, he was shown proof that American satellites also tracked the shoot down, and that America knew Ukraine downed the plane as well.
On day one this web site clearly stated this shoot down was done in Ukraine BY UKRAINE when the real MH17 is never supposed to get within 200 KM of where this plane was shot down. This shoot down was done 200KM East of MH17´s established flight path because the outcome of the investigation could be controlled in that region and falsified to forever hide that beyond a reasonable doubt the plane was in fact flight 370. A real investigation would look at serial numbers on parts which would identify the plane they came from, and would not be limited to photos of a paint job and even those photos are totally messed up when all sources of them are put together in the same bin.
Kiev jet flying near MH17 flight
before crash: Russia
Mon Jul 21, 2014 9:31PM GMT
Russia says its records show a Ukrainian fighter jet was flying near Malaysia Airlines MH17 passenger plane before it was shot down.
According to a statement issued by Lieutenant-General Andrei Kartopolov at a press conference on Monday, the passenger plane had deviated north of its planned route and that a Ukrainian SU-25 fighter jet, which is usually armed with air-to-air missiles, had been recorded in the proximity of the Boeing 777.
“An altitude gain was recorded for a Ukrainian armed forces plane,” the senior Russian officer said at the press conference. “Its distance from the Malaysian Boeing was three to five kilometers (two to three miles),” he said, noting that the SU-25 is capable of reaching an altitude of 10,000 meters “for a brief time.”
“With what aim was a military plane flying along a civilian aviation route practically at the same time and at the same flight level as a passenger liner?” said Kartopolov. “We would like to receive an answer to this question.”
He also refuted allegations that Russia had provided pro-Russia protesters with BUK missile launchers.
On July 17, Malaysian Airline Flight MH17 was reportedly shot down over Ukraine’s volatile Donetsk region, while travelling to Kuala Lumpur from the Dutch capital Amsterdam. All 298 people on board died.
Ukraine and pro-Russia forces accuse each other of firing a surface-to-air missile at the passenger plane.
Ukraine launched military operations in the eastern regions of Donetsk and Lugansk in mid-April to crush the pro-Russia protests there. Violence intensified in May after the two flashpoint regions held local referendums, in which their residents voted overwhelmingly in favor of independence from Ukraine.