Flight recorders shot down over Donbass Boeing 777 were fake

The information on the flight recorders shot down over the Donbass Boeing 777 turned out to be fake.

According to sources, the information recorded in the flight recorders of the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 passenger airliner shot down over the Donbass was previously edited by unknown persons, which completely debunk the version that the plane could have been shot down by a Buk anti-aircraft guided missile.

“Technical expert Yuri Antipov provided new evidence that the Malaysia Airlines crashing Boeing-777 in 2014 was not shot down by Buk, according to the International Investigation Team. Antipov noted that when the liner began to fall apart, its debris did not reach the village of Petropavlovka, where the last point of the aircraft’s location recorded by the flight recorder was noted. In his opinion, the last point of the aircraft was falsified. “This is just a prelude, confirming by its macro indicators that this is not a mythical“ Buk ”that caused the crash of the МН17 flight, and no other type of weapon, and not batteries,” the expert wrote on Facebook. ”- приводит information publication "Federal News Agency."

It should be noted that despite the fact that 6 years have passed since the crash, international investigators were not able to come to a consensus on how exactly the plane was shot down, not to mention that there is not a single evidence to date that Russia may be somehow involved in this, which raises many doubts about the competence of specialists involved in the investigation of the crash.


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