"First Channel has again strung a line about a 'crucified boy'. The fragment of the 'unique image' from Mikhail Leontiev's program "Odnako" (http://www.1tv.ru/news/leontiev/271824) can be easily found in Google - Image archive service dated August 2012," he writes.
Head of the Russian Union of Engineers Ivan Andrievsky argues during the program on the First Channel that the agency has received a letter from some 'aviation expert' George Bilt, who introduced himself as a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He claimed in the letter that the airliner was "fired at from a gun, then the air-to-air missile hit the cockpit, and after that a heat-seeking missile hit the right engine and the right wing".
According to Slon, the image search on Google revealed that this image was posted on the forum of "Social Control of Government" on October 15 by the user with nickname Duke. According to him, the picture was acquired through "mail-out of the Russian WikiLeaks enthusiasts", and the original image appeared on the Internet far earlier - in early July 2014.
Recall, Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 crashed July 17, 2014 in the Donetsk region. All 298 people aboard the plane deceased. The group on VKontakte, publishing summaries from the terrorists, reported about the downed Ukrainian Air Force cargo plane an hour before Boeing crash, and after a while the message about the downing was deleted.
Rustem Adagamov also indicates the mismatch of the inscription's location on the fuselage of the aircraft.
"Well, they also screwed up with the time indication: UTC (former Greenwich) 1:19:47 is night time when everyone is asleep and it is dark. There is no a.m. or p.m. there, so it is a standard 24-hour format," he concluded.