By John Helmer, published on Dances With Bears, Sept 13, 2015
This is the first part of a comprehensive investigation of the crash of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 on July 17, 2014. The plane was flying over the war zone in eastern Ukraine. The author, John Helmer, is an investigative writer who lives in Moscow. The second part of his MH17 analysis was published on Sept 16, 2015 and can be read here. The third part was published on Sept 17 and is here.
MOSCOW–the Dutch Government has decided to launch a missile attack on Moscow in October. By suppressing all evidence obtained from the bodies of victims of the crash of Malaysian Airlines MH17, officials of the Dutch Safety Board and associated Dutch military officers, police and prosecutors are preparing to release a report on the crash with a gaping hole in its veracity.
At the same time, and apparently unknown in The Netherlands, an Australian coroners’ report on the identification and forensic testing of the bodies carried out in The Netherlands reveals post-mortem evidence to show that in their public statements the Dutch government officials have been lying about metal evidence they claim to have found. This evidence has not only been buried with the passengers’ remains. It has been buried by the Dutch Government and by coroners in the UK and Australia, who are now legally required to investigate independently what caused the deaths of citizens in their jurisdiction. All are withholding the CT scans, X-rays, autopsy and other post-mortem results, including metallurgical assays, the documentation of which accompanied the coffins of the aircraft’s victims from The Netherlands to their homelands…
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