PM of Donesk People’s Republic Alexander Borodai Press Conference Concerning Malaysian MH17 Crash

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Alexander Borodai, the PM of the Donetsk Peoples Republic, addresses reporters on the Malaysian flight #MH17 crash.

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Translated from Russian by Elena, Marina & Yulia.

GR editor’s note:

PM Alexander Borodai  has stated that the Donesk authorities will hand over the black boxes to the international experts,

This would be a grave mistake because the black box contains the audio recordings between the pilot and air traffic control and well as other voice communications.

Western Intelligence officials will integrate the expert missions. Once the black box is in the hands of the international experts and the Ukrainian authorities including the OSCE, the data will be manipulated, with a view to distorting what happened and placing the blame on Donetsk and Moscow.  (M.Ch)

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