Netherlands covers up results of Flight MH-17 crash

The publication of the outcome in jet crash, scheduled for late 2015, was postponed by the main investigative body of the Netherlands

19 August 2015 16:55

Dutch investigators delay disclosure of the circumstances that led to the deaths of 298 people in eastern Ukraine. Wim de Brun, Attorney-General of the Kingdom, said he had no specific evidence to bring to justice those responsible. Thus, the investigation drags on.

The Attorney General also said that, despite the lack of obvious clues, the investigation moves forward. Experts of the international mission, who are to find the culprit, will continue working until complete explanation of the circumstances.

Just a reminder: on July 17, 2014 Malaysia Airlines passenger jet, traveling from the capital of the Netherlands to Kuala Lumpur, was shot down near the city of Donetsk. All 298 people were killed on board.