The remains, found by a journalist in Donbass, the victim of the crash of MH17
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The HAGUE, January 13. /Offset. TASS Vitaly Chugin/. Found a Dutch freelance journalist Michel Spectrom remains at the MH17 crash site in the Donbass belong to the victim of the tragedy. This was announced by the Dutch Prosecutor’s office.
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“Forensic examination showed that one of the seized items is the bone of a man, – said the Agency. – According to the test DNA, it belongs to one of the dead passengers, whose identity was established in 2014.” “The relatives of the victims of the tragedy have been informed,” – said the Prosecutor, adding that the rest of the confiscated items are not related to the criminal investigation of the crash Boeing in Ukraine.
Stefan Beck and Mitchell, Specker held in the Donbass nine days in late December – early January, where I studied the political situation and visited the site of the crash Boeing. They returned to the Netherlands on 7 January, where he was detained by law enforcement agencies at the airport. Journalists seized all the collected materials, as well as cameras, phones and laptops.
According the decision of the court, the police had the right to confiscate the materials, including equipment. As the Prosecutor noted, it is “important from the point of view of the exact location where you found the materials.” In addition, the court decided to remove a series of photos taken by journalists at the airport during the arrest. Beck and Spencers do not agree with this verdict and we intend to seek the right to remove content and to decide what pictures need to get a prosecution, and which are not.
Passenger plane Boeing 777 company “Malaysian airlines” (Malaysia Airlines), carrying out flight from Amsterdam (Netherlands) to Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), crashed July 17, 2014 in the Eastern Donetsk region. Killed 283 passengers and 15 crew members – citizens of 10 countries. The investigation of the tragedy involved, the authorities of the Netherlands.