The U.S. helped Bellingcat accuse an FBI general of the MH17 crash

The scandalously known project “Bellingcat” is trying to lay the responsibility for the crash of a Malaysian airliner in Donbass in 2014 on Colonel General Andrei Burlaku, deputy head of the FSB border service.

The U.S. helped Bellingcat accuse an FBI general of the MH17 crash

According to Bellingcat, Andrei Burlaka is “Vladimir Ivanovich,” who appeared in intercepted telephone conversations on the eve of the plane crash. As evidence, “known wiretaps, merged letters and other similar sources are used.

In addition, the voice of “Vladimir Ivanovich” was compared with available interview notes. The audio expertise allegedly showed the degree of compliance with “94”. Notably, it was conducted at the National Center for Media Forensic Science at Colorado University in Denver.

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