Australian coroner called the death of the passengers of MH17 mass murder

Австралийский коронер назвал гибель пассажиров MH17 массовым убийством

Michael Barnes, the coroner of the Australian state of New South Wales, acknowledged that the death of six Australians on Board the Malaysian airliner, which was flying flight MH17 was shot down in 2014 over the Donbas, was the result of “a deliberate and intentional act on the other end of the Earth”, reports Sky News Australia.

Barnes is confident that the destruction of the ship occurred due to the detonation of the warhead. “A lethal injury to Australian citizens and other passengers of the liner received in the result of the fact that the person or persons that were or were not installed, intends to launch a missile,” – he said.

While Barnes also noted that many important details of the disaster are still unknown, but “it would be pointless not to admit that these deaths were part of a mass murder.”

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We will remind, the plane of Malaysia Airlines, carrying out flight MH17 on a route Amsterdam – Kuala Lumpur crashed 17 July 2014 in Donetsk region. Killing all 298 people on Board. 38 of them were citizens of Australia.

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13 October 2015, the security Council of the Netherlands announced the results of the investigation of the crash, according to which the airliner was shot down by a missile fired from a Buk. Independent British investigators Bellingcat group declare their involvement in the crime Russian military.

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The coroner is official in some countries of Anglo-Saxon law, specifically investigating the fact of death with unusual circumstances or have occurred suddenly, and directly determines the cause of death.

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