The court refused protection in the case of MH17 in re the request for satellite data NATO

Lawyers in the case about the crash of flight MH17 over Donbass refused repeated requests to satellite data from NATO. The decision by the court of the Netherlands at the hearing on 3 July, according to RBC with reference to the presiding judge Hendrick of Stinkeye.

“We conclude that NATO has no such data… So a second request was rejected,” added the judge, it is quoted by RIA “Novosti”.

Recall that on 29 June the lawyer of the accused Oleg Pulatova said that NATO has provided satellite data from the crash site of the flight, and asked the court to find out whether the Alliance has the appropriate recording areas of Eastern Ukraine on 17 July 2014.

the Plane, flying flight MH17 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, was shot down over Donetsk region 17 July 2014. On Board were 298 people, none survived. According to the findings of the international investigation team JIT, by a missile fired from “Buka”, stationed in the district of Kursk, the airliner was shot down militias Donetsk people’s Republic. The Russian side denies involvement in the crash. Currently, this case involves four accused: Russian citizens and one Ukrainian — Igor Girkin (Strelkov), Sergey Dubinsky, Oleg Pulatov and Leonid Kharchenko.

Three Russians and one Ukrainian to face criminal charges over the 2014 downing of MH17, which killed 298 people on the plane.

— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) June 19, 2019

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