Russia wants to know why Ukraine moved its BUK missiles systems the day of the MH17 crash: RUSSIAN GENERAL STAFF HAS SPACE IMAGES OF SECTORS OF UKRAINIAN FORCES’ POSITIONS IN SOUTHEASTERN UKRAINE, INCLUDING BUK MISSILE LUNCH SITES 8 KILOMETERS FROM LUHANSK – RUSSIAN DEFENSE MINISTRY – interfax The day the Malaysian airliner crashed, the Ukrainian forces deployed an air defense group of three or four Buk-M1 missile batteries near Donetsk, Lt.
Furthermore, the Russians have presented using what appears to be legitimate photographic evidence of the MH17 crash all within the combat zone of the Ukrainian army’s self-propelled, medium-range surface-to-air ‘Buk’ missile systems.
It should be noted that till date none of the Western countries have provided any conclusive evidence that the Russian rebels had anything whatsoever to do with the shooting down of a civilian passenger jet.
- RUSSIA SAYS U.S. SATELLITE FLEW OVER MH17 AT TIME IT WAS DOWNED… which would provide all the proof needed to show who is responsible – so why hasn’t the US explained this or shown it?
- RUSSIA ASKS U.S. FOR EVIDENCE ROCKET FIRED FROM REBEL-HELD AREA
- RUSSIA: NO U.S. PROOF THAT MISSILE FIRED FROM REBEL-HELD AREA
The Russian Ministry of Defence did not deliver any SA-11 BUK missile systems to the Russian Rebels in Eastern Ukraine or indeed any other weapons.
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