Bellingcat experts to release new summary on MH17 crash in Donbas
Bellingcat experts have been working on finalizing the summary of the findings concerning the crash of MH17 in Donbas in July 2014, Deutsche Welle Ukrainian news service reported referring to an interview with Bellingcat founder Eliot Higgins.
Higgins said the document would be released in mid-July and would include all the details obtained by the Bellingcat team over the last two years, according to DW.
In addition, Bellingcat activists have collected the analyses of evidence carried out by experts from different fields with whom Bellingcat group was working.
Higgins said the document to be released would also include experts' opinions, including on such an important issue as satellite images used by the Russian Defense Ministry.
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On June 6, the Joint Investigation Team carrying out the criminal investigation into MH17 Malaysia plane crash released an image of the bottom side of the Buk missile Venturi found on the site of the crash.