Netherlands Turned Down German Detective's MH17 Data After He Wanted it Made Public | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Netherlands Turned Down German Detective's MH17 Data After He Wanted it Made Public

Dutch investigators refused to accept potentially groundbreaking new material in the MH17 case from German private investigator Josef Resch, and did not account for his material in their presentation on the case last month, Resch has said.

According to the investigator, his material was rejected by the Dutch-led Joint Investigation Team (JIT) after he asked to make it public.

Resch said his materials included important new information, including audio recordings about air traffic in the area on the day of the incident, recordings of the communications of Ukrainian servicemen, recordings related to Russian President Vladimir Putin's flight from Brazil to Moscow on the day of the crash, personal recordings of pilots about the incident, and other evidence.

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