Puzzling piece of wreckage of the Malaysian airliner has been found by Australian diplomats in the Donetsk region

Friday, July 25, 2014

According to Australian media reports, in the forests of the Donetsk region a week after the crash of the Malaysian airliner another huge chunk of the Boeing has been found with a few dead bodies next to it.

The discovery has been made by two Australian diplomats and a forensic scientist working at the crash site. The discovery of the wreckage has already caused a lot of questions from experts.

According to investigators of the Organization for Security and Cooperation, this big chunk of the airliner “seemed to come out of nowhere." The tree branches above it are not broken. In addition, it is strange that such a huge chunk of the aircraft had not previously noticed.

Malaysian Airliner "777", en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, crashed on July 17 in the Donetsk region killing all 298 passengers on board.



0jr said...

Romanian Zionist Jew Fakes His Death in MH17 Crash Hoax
Regarding the acclaimed crash of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 there is no doubt about it all the passengers are fakes. Moreover, none of them died, and none of them were injured, and that includes one of the key fabricators, Romanian national and Zionist Jew Andrei Anghel.

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