The bone fragment was found independent Dutch journalist Michel Seckerson at the crash site Malaysian “Boeing-777” under Donetsk, belongs to one of the dead passengers. On Friday, January 13, according to Dutch prosecutors.
“Forensic examination showed that one of the seized object is a human bone. According to the test DNA, it belongs to one of the dead passengers, whose identity has been established in 2014”, — explained in the Department, adding that relatives of the deceased were notified about the discovery.
Stackers, and his colleague Stefan Beck at the end of 2016 went to Donbass to study the situation and visit the crash site of the Malaysian “Boeing-777”. Ten days later, on 7 January, after returning to the Netherlands they were stopped at the airport by law enforcement officials. Journalists, in addition to all of the materials collected, seized a video camera, camera, phones, laptops, memory cards, recorder, and recording from the crash site. Stackers and Beck was detained.
On 12 January a court in the Netherlands ruled that part of the confiscated photographs can be used in the interests of the investigation.
At the end of October 2016, the Russian side handed over to international experts new data on the MH17 disaster.
28 Sep 2016 international joint investigation group announced the interim results of the investigation. According to conclusions of experts, the anti-aircraft complex “Buk”, which destroyed the Malaysian “Boeing” in the Donbass in the summer of 2014, was first brought to Ukraine from Russia, and after the shelling of the aircraft taken back.
September 26, 2016 representatives of the defense Ministry and the enterprises included in the concern ASD “Almaz-Antey”, reported that the Russian locator are not recorded in the area of the fall MH17 third-party objects, can cause destruction of the ship.
July 17, 2014 “Boeing-777” Malaysia Airlines, EN route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur flight MH17, crashed under Donetsk. All 283 passengers and 15 crew members aboard died, most of them were nationals of the Netherlands.