Who shut down MH17 plane in Eastern Ukraine: official

Boeing 777 flight MH17 of the Malaysian Airlines was shot down on July, 17 in Eastern Ukraine. Aircraft were on the route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur. All 298 people who were on board of the MH17 flight died. Tragedy investigation from the experts of the UN Security Council finished at the beginning of August. And here we can tell you official information who shut down MH 17 plane in Eastern Ukraine.

Previously all over the news and the other mass-media they been telling us that pro-Russian separatists shot down Malaysian Airlines plane. And for sure, it was Russia's fault too - even it was nothing to do with Russia at all. And here you'll see the prove of it.

But first off, let's take a look back at what happened on that tragedy day, July, 17. Only facts with no conjectures.

Malaysia Airlines plane with the flight number MH17 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur shouldn't have flown over the territory of Eastern Ukraine: the route was changed because of the weather conditions. At the time of crash Boeing 777 came close to the Russian border - approximately 50 km. Here on the map you can see flight's MH17 route and where plane were shut down.

But this route was declared safe by the International Civil Aviation Organisation.
Official report of the Malaysian Airlines, screenshot from their website.

Next what we know for fact - it's what 2 Ukrainian Armed Forces planes flew near MH17. It's important and established fact which were never disproved by the Ukrainian side.

And... What happens next? Right after plane crashed, Ukrainian government accused pro-Russian separatists in the accident. "Malaysian Airlines plane were shot down from the Buk missile system by the pro-Russian separatists". All the West mass media without any investigation and prove started blaming pro-Russian separatists and Russia.

Report on MH17 crash from the Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko - few hours after the tragedy.

British newspapers next day after the crash of the Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777.

Who shut down MH17 flight?

Some U.S. intelligence experts have concluded that the separatists and Russia were likely not at fault and that it appears Ukrainian government forces were to blame, according to a source briefed on these findings. They suggest the plane may have been destroyed by an air-to-air attack, not by an anti-aircraft missile fired from the ground (Buk version).

Shut down of the MH17 flight may have been the work of more extremist factions, possibly even one of the Ukrainian oligarchs who have taken an aggressive approach toward prosecuting the war against the ethnic Russian rebels in the east.

By presenting the conflict in a one-sided way, Obama not only misled Americans about the origins of the Ukraine crisis but, in effect, gave the Kiev regime a green light to slaughter more ethnic Russians. By pointing the finger of blame at Moscow for all the troubles of Ukraine, Obama has created more geopolitical space for Kiev to expand its brutal onslaught that now has included reported use of poorly targeted ballistic missiles against population centers. Obama’s covering for the Kiev regime is even more outrageous if the U.S. intelligence analysts are right to suspect that Ukrainian forces were behind the MH17 flight shoot down...

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