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    Posted July 17, 2014 by
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    Plane crash in Ukraine

    Russian terrorists shoot down a Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 over the territory of Ukraine

     
    Putin has gone completely mad! Here's a link to the post by the Russian lead terrorist Strelkov bragging about his shooting down TWO airplanes in the airspace of the self-proclaimed DNR (the Donetsk People's Republic): http://eizvestia.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/10559736_831921793485295_6091834348442066542_n.jpg. The statement was posted on the Russian social network vkontakte.ru less than 30 min. after the attack took place. The above mentioned post was swiftly removed as soon as both terrorists and their Russian/Moscow owners realized that they screwed up and mistook the plane for a Ukrainian TU or AN military/civilian plane. The statement by the Russian terrorist Strelkov reads:

    "We just shot down an AN-26 airplane in the vicinity of the city of Torez - it crashed somewhere in the area of the “PROGRESS” mine.

    We have warned you - do not fly in “our sky”.

    And here’s the video - the evidence of yet another “birdfall”.

    The “bird” crashed right behind a gob pile/slag-heap, so the civilian sector remained unaffected. No peaceful civilians were hurt or injured.

    There is also some information about the second airplane being shot down, probably an SU type of airplane."

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