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    Posted July 22, 2014 by
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    Putin headed terrorists

     
    Terrible disaster occurred on July 17 in the East of Ukraine. The airliner of Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 was crashed over Lugansk. There were 280 passengers and 15 crew members on the board.
    Taking into account that the initial responsibility for the attack was taken on by the representatives of the terrorist organization People Republic of Donetsk (PRD), funded by Putin, they cordoned off the crash site and hold off experts and medics.
    Since terrorists crashed the airliner by the order and direct military support of the Russian Federation, the Russian secret services have already taken measures to conceal the evidence of their involvement in the tragedy. On command from the Kremlin, all the found evidence and "black boxes" may be transferred to Moscow.
    Instant reaction of Putin and his call to Obama left no doubt in the awareness of the Russian president that Boeing was crashed by his fault.
    Another proof of this is the previously promulgated in the media phone conversations between the representatives of PRD and the Russian military intelligence discussing further actions in order to clean up the Boeing 777 crash site.
    At the same time, many country leaders believe that the Malaysian company aircraft was not chosen as a Moscow target accidentally.
    As you know, a day before the U.S. and the EU imposed additional sanctions against Russia, which mainly affected the Russian defense industry.
    After the announcement of imposing sanctions, Putin said that Russia will not stop, and this even more angered it. He also said that Brussels and Washington will regret that they support Ukraine.
    It's no secret that Malaysia is one of the main U.S. allies in Asia and the people on the crashed airliner were mostly citizens of Europe.

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