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 Russian Buk, which downed MH17, captured on dash camera, - new footage of anti-aircraft missile complex moving in Donbas. PHOTOS+VIDEO

Analysts and experts were able to identify another video with the Russian Buk missile system presumably involved in the MH17 accident.

Censor.NET reports referring to InformNapalm journalist Anton Pavlyshko's Facebook.



"Applied OSINT: another footage of the Buk. A dashboard camera accidentally captured its pass. Here is the description: on July 17, 2014, the Buk was taken away through Makiivka. We can't establish the date of the video, but we can find the place. The road has two lanes, the right turn after the trees leads to a Parallel petrol station. Going further, we see a sign telling us to turn back to go to Luhansk, proceed forward to reach Donetsk, take the right turn to get to the center. Then we see a 5-sided billboard in the middle of the road island. The car is moving rightward and we see a bus stop with skewed roof. Thus, we have clues - Makiivka and a Parallel petrol station. We check all Makiivka petrol stations and find it. Then we compare the photos: the petrol station, the billboard, and the bus stop coincide," he wrote.

Read more: What did Conspiracy Files tell us? In-depth analisys

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"What else do we see in the video? A Volvo road tractor carrying the Buk that InformNapalm already wrote about. There is an escort - an UAZ and a black VW minivan which were also mentioned in our previous publications as seen together with the Buk. They are coming from Donetsk. The Buk was recorded at the Motel checkpoint, after which it proceeded to Makiivske Highway, Donetske Highway, and Mahistralna/Avtotransoptna Street where it was captured on dash camera," the journalist added.

Read more: MH17 downed by Russian 53rd Brigade's Buk: experts established launcher's ID number, - Bellingcat
 
 
 
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