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What really burst the Boeing flight Mh17?

Figure 1a MH17 - forgotten by the DSB hole in the belly of a Boeing.
Figure 1a MH17 - forgotten by the DSB hole in the belly of a Boeing.

What really burst the Boeing flight Mh17?

Figure 6a Uprooted girders by inside explosion.

What really burst the Boeing flight Mh17?

Fig. 6b Signature of  A-A rocket. Marks of rod shrapnels.

Fig. 6b (zoom in of the picture 6)girders torn apart (one cut - was not attached to the side wall) traces of shrapnels piercing the  wall of the main keel can still be see . The holes shape indicates a rod or a rod-delta type shrapnels, such as one used in an air to air or air to ground missiles.

Let's look at the Boeing keel in production in Indonesia to better positioning of the discovered hole.

What really burst the Boeing flight Mh17?

Figure 7. Boeing keel  on the production hall  in Indonesia

What really burst the Boeing flight Mh17?

Fig.7a The comparison of  Reuters photography and boeing keel during production process. (belingcat  http://i.imgur.com/wtmtkMj.jpg https://bellingcat.checkdesk.org/en/report/50  ,

Jeroen Akkermans took a picture of the remains of the recreational cabin for staff. https://www.flickr.com/photos/jeroenakkermans/15825312471/in/album-72157649358752251/lightbox/

What really burst the Boeing flight Mh17?

Fig.8  Sooting  of the crew rest  cabin

Fig.8 shows that on the cabin wall hit some smoking hot particles leaving the stellar tracks. Similarly, you can see scorched couch where a small amount of burnt grass around suggest that grass took up of burning debris fallen from the sky and not the other way. Around  the burnt portion of the sofa can not see the scorched grass. Similarly tight sooting fragment of a wall on the left side of the photo had been in such a state to fall from the sky. This proves fire inside Boeing as a result of an internal explosion.

What really burst the Boeing flight Mh17?

Fig.9Location of the crew rest cabin  on the plane.

Figure 9 shows the location of the crew rest cabin. We see that it is adjacent to the area where  exploded the A-A (A-S) missile. This explains sooting traces of fire and signs of hits hot particles against the wall.

What really burst the Boeing flight Mh17?

Fig. 10 The remains of the boeing keel  in the corner of the hangar in the Netherlands. Away from the cameras of reporters.

Source: http://media.themalaysianinsider.com/assets/uploads/articles/Netherlands-MH17_wreckage_viewing-family_members-040315-afp.jpg

Remainsof the keel were transported to the Netherlands and ... thrown them into a corner of the hangar. As shown in the figure 10 journalists are not allowed too close to the place with missile hole avoid them from asking an awkward questions.

My question is who will inform the Dutch public prosecutor's office about the concealment of evidence by the DSB?

 

Conclusions:

DSB completely ignored the facts described here: a hole in the boeing keel, torn girders, piercing shards and traces of fire inside Boeing. Moreover, the report stated that there was not any explosion or fire in the interior of the aircraft . Oooo, how similar to the reports from Smolensk.

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Fig.1b Zoom of the inlet hole shape.
Fig.1b Zoom of the inlet hole shape. Fig. 1 Inverted keel and starboard of Boeing MH17 ( Reuters). Figure 2. The inlet hole in the keel and outlet hole  in a right side of the Boeing. Figure 3. The remains of the keel seen from the other direction. The back shell attached from the bottom to the keel is visible. Fig.4The front part of the shell from the boeing belly with visible sooting and high temperature traces. Figure 5. Boeing keel  left side view Fig. 5a Zoom showing inlet hole and marks of a high temperature around it. On the left at the top there are  remains of the torn Figure 6. Boeing keel  left side view Figure 6a Uprooted girders by inside explosion. Fig. 6b Signature of  A-A rocket. Marks of rod shrapnels. Figure 7. Boeing keel  on the production hall  in Indonesia Fig.7a The comparison of  Reuters photography and boeing keel during production process. Fig.8  Sooting  of the crew rest  cabin Fig.9Location of the crew rest cabin  on the plane. Fig. 10 The remains of the boeing keel  in the corner of the hangar in the Netherlands. Away from the cameras of reporters. +10 zdjęć +11 zdjęć
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