Continued: Russian General told about his involvement in the death of “Boeing”
The chief inspector of the Central military district of Russia Colonel-General Nikolai Tkachev may be involved in the crash “Boeing 777” over the Donbas in 2014. It was revealed in the course of the joint investigation group Bellingcat and the Insider. Insights is published on their website Friday, 8 December.
As the primary evidence of the results of two independent examinations. Experts have compared the voice Tkachev with a voice in telephone conversations that were intercepted by an international panel investigating the incident with the plane. Investigators have posted a record of calls for public access in September 2016 and urged anyone who might recognize the voices, to report it. They did not disclose the source of these records and the role that the people on it have played in the crash.
The Insider and Bellingcat, analyzing telephone conversations, and found that one of their participants — high-ranking military. In records the name is Nikolay Fedorovich. Under the pretext of an interview with The Insider got in touch with Tkachev that best fit the parameters, and got a sample of his voice. With him publishing has applied to the University of Colorado at Denver and the Lithuanian centre of forensic expertise — both companies recognized that voice with a high probability identical.
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Tkachev denied that he had been in Ukraine during the events of “Boeing”, and his visit to the country really is not confirmed. Journalists have been combing through data from public sources and found that the name of Colonel-General mentioned in the media on 9 may and 23 August 2014 — shortly before and after the crash. On this basis, they concluded that Tkachev could at this time be in the Donbass.
Passenger aircraft “Boeing 777” Malaysia Airlines, carrying out flight MH17 from Amsterdam to Malaysia Kuala Lumpur that crashed on 17 July 2014 in the Eastern Donetsk region. Killed 283 passengers and 15 crew members — citizens of 10 countries. The Ukrainian authorities and representatives of the self-proclaimed militia Donetsk national Republic (DND) blamed each other. For the investigation of the incident took investigators from five countries — the Netherlands, Australia, Belgium, Malaysia and Ukraine.
Nikolay Tkachev was born in 1949. In 1970 he graduated from the Baku higher military command school. Participated in the first and second Chechen wars. Since 2010 Tkachev is in stock. As military adviser he traveled to Syria, and after returning in 2012, he was appointed chief inspector of the Central military district.