Publishing date 28 July 2016
Max van der Werff
“Russian Images of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 Were Altered, Report Finds”
“MOSCOW – A group of arms control researchers have determined that two images released by the Russian government, ostensibly to help clarify why a civilian airliner was shot down two years ago, were digitally altered using Photoshop before being posted online.”
(New York Times 15 July 2016)
Профессор Гиемулла, прежде чем обсуждать случай с MH-17, пожалуйста расскажите о других авиакатастрофах, где вы вы предоставляли вашу юридическую помощь.
21 November 2015
Most of October I spent investigating in Ukraine rebel controlled territory and 13th of October watched Tjibbe Joustra of the Dutch Safety Board announce on TV:
“The Buk missile was fired from rebel controlled territory”
July 26, 2015
Digitally altered image posted within 3 hours after MH17 crashed.
More than a year has passed since Malaysian flight MH17 crashed, but we are still waiting for the publication of “overwhelming evidence” of Russian culpability.
The only ‘visual proof’ a Buk missile was fired from rebel controlled territory is a photo posted by an anonymous Twitter account three hours after the crash. I wrote a lot about this photo, for example here and here. There’s an ongoing debate on a Russian language forum too.