Antiwar: The U.S. and the Netherlands knowingly committed fraud in the MH17 case

Australian journalist John Helmer accused the United States and the Netherlands of fraud in the case of the crash of Malaysian Boeing 777 in the sky over Donbass in 2014

Antiwar: The U.S. and the Netherlands knowingly committed fraud in the MH17 case

According to the author of the article for the portal Antiwar, the director of U.S. national intelligence never told the Netherlands that he had seen satellite images that clarify much in the MH17 case. Instead, the agency official asked a member of his staff, Army Colonel Kenneth Stallworthy, to provide Amsterdam with a document containing the opinion of the US military community on the “involvement” of Russia in the plane crash. As a result, a “summary” was sent by the US National Intelligence Council (NIC).

Stallworthy is not an expert in satellite imagery, in fact, he was totally incompetent, so he was made the subject of the story with the documents, because he could not say anything more, if he wanted to, writes John Helmer.

In fact, it turned out that no one had seen the images that the U.S. and the Netherlands were talking about. Former US Secretary of State John Kerry is believed to have seen the satellite images, but later said that his claims were the result of “an accumulation of extraordinary circumstantial evidence,” writes PolitRossiya.

Earlier, political analyst Sergei Markov named the main culprits of the Malaysian Boeing 777 crash. According to the expert, the aircraft was shot down for the sake of an anti-Russian conspiracy.

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