Dutch journalists have published new evidence that one of the four people involved in the case of the downed Boeing 777 of Malaysia Airlines, Serhiy Dubinsky, was transporting the Buk-M missile system to Donetsk. The investigation carried out by the Dutch Broadcast Foundation NOS published this report.
According to talks received by Dutch journalists, after the Boeing was shot down, the separatists did not realize for some time that they had shot down a civilian plane.
In particular, Dubinsky found out about it a few hours later. When the situation became clear, he ordered the Buk-M missile system to be taken to the territory of the Russian Federation and hidden there.
Dutch journalists have concluded that telephone conversations between Serhiy Dubinsky confirm the results of an investigation carried out by the Joint Investigation Team and the Dutch Safety Board that the Buk-M missile system shot the Malaysian plane down.