Bellingcat published a continuation of the investigation of the crash of Boeing-777
International expert and journalist group Bellingcat published a photo of the Buk missile system 332, through which, presumably, in 2014, was shot down Malaysian Boeing-777, crashed in Eastern Ukraine.
Journalists believe photo proof that the Buk belonged to the Russian 53rd anti-aircraft missile brigade. The group’s experts claim that you made in 2013, is the last photo of rocket launchers in front of her relocation from Russia to Ukraine.
The photo shows a man sitting in the car in the background of SAM “Buk” 332. In the background is visible, according to RBC, the pink container to transport missiles 3М8 SAM “Circle”. It clarifies the RBC, the man in the photo is engaged in repair of military equipment. The mechanic himself told the publication that “just was” in Kursk in 2013 and possibly in 2014. According to Bellingcat, a picture in a picture “bouquet” clearly visible white digits, marking the loading and transport of the brand. “They are in the same place as in the photos and video Buka 332, when he was in Russia in June 2014 and in the Ukraine in July 2014,” — says the expert group.
The journalists add that the photo was taken at the transport yard of the 53rd brigade. Proof of this, says Bellingcat, is another picture, posted by an unnamed cadet in August 2014. The second photo shows the same pink container missile “Buk” 332. The expert group adds that the geotag of a picture confirms that it was made in the courtyard of the 53rd brigade in the village of Marshal Zhukov, not far from Kursk.
Recall that the Malaysian Boeing-777 flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur that crashed on 17 July 2014 in Eastern Ukraine. All were on Board 298 people were killed. Shortly after the crash of the intelligence services in the US and Germany reported that the plane was downed by militia using rockets “earth—air”. In September last year, the international investigation Commission published the second part of the report on the investigation of the crash Malaysian Boeing. Experts believe that in the Donbass “fire installation “Buk” delivered from the territory of the Russian Federation and then returned to the territory of the Russian Federation”.
The first part of the Bellingcat report was published in December 2016, it expert group reported about the shelling of Ukraine from Russia in the summer of 2014. In the second part of the investigation called Bellingcat the identity of the alleged culprit in the crash of Boeing-777 in Donbas. In the third part of the report refers to “unambiguous evidence” of the identity of the culprit.