MH17 case: culprits named in The Hague

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 MH17 case: culprits named in The Hague

On Thursday, November 17, a court in The Hague found Igor Strelkov-Girkin, Sergey Dubinsky and Leonid Kharchenko, who are considered terrorists in Ukraine, guilty of destroying flight MH17 in the sky over the Donetsk region and killing 298 passengers. The Russian Pulatov was acquitted. According to the Hague Tribunal, he is declared not guilty on both counts. Only three guilty will be placed in jail. According to the court, Kharchenko was instructed to transport the Buk air defense system, from which the plane was shot down, as well as to ensure its protection and bring it to a point in the Pervomaisky area. He reported to Dubinsky on the use and removal of the complex back to the Russian Federation. He was recognized as an accomplice on the counts of the charges. In turn, Dubinsky organized the transfer of the Buk from RF. He is also recognized as an accomplice. And Girkin at the operational level was the leader of the “DNR”, consulted with Moscow about military support and was responsible for shooting down planes and helicopters.

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