In the joint investigation team (JIT) investigating the disaster Malaysian “Boeing” MH17 in the Donbas, has denied information about the intention of the Netherlands to publish a list involved in the crash.
IT-specialist, expert Marcel van den Berg said on Twitter that he had contacted a representative of JIT WIM de Bruin. He pointed out that “reports in the press about the list of the 120 suspects in the case of MH17 wrong” and that “the JIT will never publish a list until then, until the case goes to court”.
Just called Wim de Bruin, spokesman for JIT. He states “articles in press about a list of 120 suspects of the MH17 downing are false. JIT wil never make public a list of suspects before a courtcase starts” https://t.co/xKazsGYZzg
— Marcel van den Berg☁ (@marcelvandenber) January 2, 2018.
The message retweeted journalist Eliot Higgins is the founder of the website Bellingcat, published details of their investigation into the crash of MH17.
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