False Flag Operation? Intrigue Surrounging Malaysian Air Flight 17
Comment: it is interesting that the U.S. and its puppet Ukrainian government point sole blame at Russia, when it is quite obvious the Ukraine government has had Soviet and Russian made surface to air missiles including the Buk system for many years. The West ignores that blatant elephant in the room, which is automatic cause for great suspicion since a good detective would consider ALL possibilities without prematurely eliminating some possibilities. The Western narrative now appears to be that Ukraine’s current government can’t possibly have done this because it said so. How unfortunately laughable. The objective with the rush to finger pointing by the West is the continuance of the larger strategy of isolating Russia since it is the most powerful country not a puppet of the West and is close to China, the next target of the West.
Ukraine’s False Flag Plane Shoot Down: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_UqZrzv7sQQ
Is this any way to secure a plane crash scene?(CNN) — Bodies, backpacks, passports and other piles of debris lay splayed across a miles-long area in the remote area in eastern Ukraine where Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 came down. The crash site is massive — an international observer called it “one of the biggest — or the biggest — crime scenes in the world right now.”
Concern is growing that the site has not been sealed off as it should have been and that vital evidence is being tampered with. Meanwhile, armed rebels have greeted international observers with hostility.
Experts say that this crash investigation is unprecedented due to the site’s immense size and the lack of access given to investigators.
With so many questions over what happened to MH17 unanswered, experts say it is crucial that the scene is protected. What should be being done on the ground?
How should a crash site be secured?
Keeping the crash site sterile is one of the most important steps that authorities take during the investigation, David Deas, the former spokesman for the U.K. Department of Transport, told CNN’s Hala Gorani.
“It would be sealed off by security forces or law enforcement,” Deas said.
After the site is secured, analyzing and removing the debris is an arduous process.
The investigation “will take hundreds of people several months,” Tom Fuentes, a former assistant director at the FBI, told CNN’s “New Day Saturday.”
“They will need a convoy of trucks for the victims. They’ll need a convoy of flatbed trucks, cranes to remove the debris. They’ll need a location to take the debris to where it can be reassembled, examined and determine what exactly happened to the aircraft.“