The United States has no confirmation of the atrocities of the militia in the crash Boeing-777 flight MH17 that crashed near Donetsk, said former CIA analyst ray McGovern.
"published by the Washington report on the MH17 crash was" a political document ", as it was not approved by the American intelligence service ", ? McGovern said in the interview, the famous American journalist brad Friedman, RIA " Novosti ".
according to him, Employees of the CIA deliberately not put his signature under the document. Worked in the CIA for 27 years specialist, said that convincing evidence the US has until now not provided." We invest $ 90 billion a year for U.S. intelligence, but when it comes down to it, We have to rely on social media?? perplexed McGovern.? confirmation is so superficial, as you can imagine." McGovern is confident that, if they existed at all, they would be shouting from every rooftop to demonstrate that the accused militias in the fact that they shot down a passenger plane, Kerry was right. He also said that a few days after the tragedy, the White house unveiled a "Government assessment" of the event, instead of the traditional " Intelligence assessment "." The report was written in the White house, which means it's a political document. This new type of report was not supported by analysts of the CIA, and that's saying a lot ", ? noticed a former employee of the CIA. According to McGovern, his former colleagues not to sign the document, so as not to repeat the mistakes that they have signed a false Report about the presence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. In July Secretary of state John Kerry again said that the Malaysian Boeing was shot down from territory controlled by the militia of Donbass. The plane crash Boeing 777 " Malaysian airlines ", which was flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, 17 July last year over the territory of Donetsk region of Ukraine, controlled by DND. In the cabin of the ship was 298 people. Survivors of a plane crash there. Deputy head of Federal air transport Agency Oleg Storchevoy at a press conference in the Russian capital said that if the militia of a rocket from a Buk with the territory they control it would have recorded the Russian radars in Rostov, but in the time of the disaster was not. The Deputy chief of the head investigative Department of SBU Vitali Malikov said that the International investigation team looked forward to the end of the year to indict a suspect in the crash. According to his statement, the suspects are and within DND and LNR, and within other countries. What, Malikov not noted.