In the seized Dutch journalists materials found the bone of a passenger MH17
Photo: AP the Boeing 777 plane Crash claimed the lives of 298 people
Journalist Stefan Beck said on the crash site Boeing 777 in the Donbass there are the remains of the victims and the investigation is conducted negligently.
Among the items seized from the independent journalist Michel Spekers, was discovered a bone fragment of a passenger killed in the crash of a Malaysian Boeing 777 in the Donbass, said on 13 January the Prosecutor’s office of the Netherlands on its website.
According to the results of DNA analysis, the remains belong to a passenger aircraft, whose identity was established immediately after the disaster in 2014. The relatives of the deceased informed about the discovery.
The Prosecutor also noted that the remaining confiscated items are not related to the criminal case about the plane crash.
Journalist Stefan Beck expressed his condolences to the relatives of passengers, whose remains were discovered by him and his colleague in the Donbass. He said that they hope for a quick reaction from the authorities.
“The statement of the Dutch Prosecutor’s office confirms what we feared: human remains left at the crash site and the investigation was conducted negligently. We hope that work will start immediately,” − said the journalist.
We will remind, Spekers him were detained at Amsterdam airport on January 9 after a trip to the Donbass, where they studied the circumstances of the accident Malaysian liner MH17.
Later, the court in the Netherlands ruled that some of the photographs that you Dutch journalists did during the trip, can be used in the interests of the investigation.
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