Saturday, July 19, 2014

OMG! Horrific Pic of Infant Lying in a Field, Killed When Rebels Shot Down MH17

The Ukrainian government yesterday published a heartbreaking photo of a dead infant and accused Russian president Vladimir Putin of having the blood of the baby victim of flight MH17 on his hands.

Senior government advisor Anton Gerashchenko posted the pic on their website, with a message to Putin saying: 'This baby's death is on your conscience. Damn you for centuries!'. He said he agonized over whether to publish the image of the tiny corpse lying in the field or not but decided the world needed to see it.

3 infants died after the plane was shot down on Thursday May 17th by pro-Russian rebels and till today, many bodies are still lying in fields. Meanwhile yesterday Russian rebels stopped investigators who arrived the MH17 crash site from investigating the site, firing several warning shots. And the rebel commander blamed for shooting down the plane said "bodies aren't fresh', claiming corpses around the wreckage died before plane took off. Yes, he said so. Unbelievable!
Monitors from the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) were prevented from conducting their investigation by militiamen during their first trip to the scene.

The separatists reportedly fired warning shots as the group of 30 officials approached, forcing them to leave after just 75 minutes. 
The stand-off fuelled speculation that rebels are beginning a 'cover-up' by hiding all links to the Buk missile believed to have shot down the plane.
Mr Hug is leading the investigation into the deadly incident - but has been hindered by a dispute over the location of the black boxes 

Michael Bociurkiw, spokesman for the OSCE, told CNN: 'It basically looks like the biggest crime scene in the world right now, guarded by a bunch of guys in uniform with heavy firepower who are quite inhospitable. And there didn't seem to be anyone really in control, for example. One of our top priorities was to find out what happened to the black boxes. No one was there to answer those questions.'  
Bociurkiw also described how the inspectors felt they were in danger as rockets were fired in the distance.
Thomas Greminger, the body's chairman, added: 'They did not have the kind of access that they expected. They did not have the freedom of movement that they need to do their job.'
Amid the confusion over the whereabouts of the black boxes, the Russian foreign minister was forced to deny having ‘any plans’ to grab the flight recorders following the allegations.

Meanwhile, the rebel commander blamed for shooting down flight MH17 has made bizarre claims that bodies at the crash site 'aren't fresh'.
Pro-Russian separatist Igor Girkin (pictured above) has claimed corpses near the debris died days before the plane took off.
According to rebel website Russkaya Vesna, the leader was told by people at the scene in eastern Ukraine that 'a significant number of the bodies were drained of blood and reeked of decomposition.'
Girkin, also known as Strelkov and allegedly a former Russian intelligence agent, also suggested that a large amount of blood serum and medications in the wreckage.
The information has not been confirmed but the commander said: 'Ukrainian authorities are capable of any baseness.'
He was said to be among the laughing rebels that filmed the plane as it crashed
Footage is said to have captured him gleefully bragging: ‘That was a blast – look at the smoke!’ while a fireball rose from the debris. 
The extraordinary footage – apparently filmed by the shooters themselves – charts the terrible final moments of the doomed airliner.
A voice believed to be that of Strelkov – dubbed ‘Igor the Terrible’ – announces: ‘The plane was hit!’ He adds: ‘Look at those black spots, these are the parts, flying … it was a blast … look, look, black smoke!' 
As a pall of smoke was seen coming from the crash site, he wrote a triumphant war cry on Twitter, saying: ‘We warned you – do not fly in "our sky”.’ 
The Malaysia Airlines Boeing-777 was shot down Thursday, killing all 298 people aboard. 

Daily Mail

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