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【MH17的初步调查报告】Dutch investigation finds no human or technical error in MH17 crash  

2014-09-10 15:15:43|  分类: 鸟语花香(澳音) |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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CHRIS UHLMANN: Malaysia Airlines flight 17 crashed in eastern Ukraine in mid-July after being hit by multiple high-speed objects.

Releasing an interim report into the disaster that killed 298 people, officials from the Dutch Safety Board said their investigation found no evidence of technical or human error.

Their report says the plane "broke up in the air...probably as the result of structural damage caused by a large number of high-velocity objects that penetrated the aircraft from outside".

Europe correspondent Philip Williams is in the Hague.

Phil, what were the main findings?

PHILIP WILLIAMS: Well, it's quite interesting because there was a lot of speculation about what the black boxes would reveal about the flight data and the conversation being held in the cockpit.

What they reveal is that this was a normal flight. There was nothing that spelled disaster impending. There were no conversations in the cockpit that sounded like there was any sort of alarm. And then suddenly it just disappeared. It disappeared off the radar without any warning whatsoever and that's when all the data systems just simply stopped.

The other aspect of it is that they have decided in this report that damage pattern to the aircraft fuselage and the cockpit is consistent with what you'd expect from a large number of high energy objects that penetrated the aircraft from outside. Now I'm quoting there.

In other words, it's quite consistent with a missile strike. They won't use that word. They're not saying they believe it's a missile, but of course lots of people assume it is.

CHRIS UHLMANN: So does this report tell us who might be responsible for that?

PHILIP WILLIAMS: Well, no. There's no finger pointing whatsoever and that's quite deliberate. We're told that that will be done by prosecutors. They will decide who the guilty partners are and they will then pursue those people.

But I spoke to the chairman of the Dutch Safety Board, Tjibbe Joustra, who had this to say about the process:

TJIBBE JOUSTRA: We are not for blame or liability. We are for the cause of what has happened. So the question who has done something is a question we never answer. We explain why it has happened and how it has happened, but not the persons involved.

CHRIS UHLMANN: That's chair of the Dutch Safety Board Tjibbe Joustra.

And, Phil, how have the families reacted to this report?

PHILIP WILLIAMS: Well, it fills in some of the gaps for them. Not a lot, because they really want the people responsible held responsible and it doesn't answer those questions.

But I guess one of the key elements of it is that it does show that there was no sense that there was a problem, that there was a risk; that it all happened very quickly.

Now, I spoke to Silene Fredericks, whose son Bryce and his girlfriend Daisy were killed, and here's what she said about that report.

SILENE FREDERICKS: For me the most important thing is that it only took...seconds, so they didn't have to suffer. That's for me the only thing that really matters.

PHILIP WILLIAMS: What, as parents, what else would you like to know?

SILENE FREDERICKS: I would like to know why. Was it on purpose that they shot down a passenger flight or was it meant to be Ukrainian flight or maybe a military plane? I don't know.

I'd like to know. And of course we'd like to know who did it, who's responsible. I think we all know that's Mr Putin because it's his separatist group, they want to be Russian again.


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http://www.abc.net.au/am/content/2014/s4084527.htm



Muscovites react to findings on the MH17 disaster


CHRIS UHLMANN: With no culprit named in the MH17 report, the fingers of blame are still pointing in all directions.

In the days after the disaster Russia's president Vladimir Putin controversially said Ukraine's government was really the guilty party, that the disaster only happened because of Kiev's military campaign against separatists.

In the Russian capital, where most of the media reflects the Kremlin line, Europe correspondent Mary Gearin found some Muscovites have very different takes on the disaster.

MARY GEARIN: I'm outside Moscow's old Kiev train station in the Square of Europe. It's here that I find Anna and Alina, Muscovites in their 20s, just after the release of the MH17 report and I ask them who they think was behind the disaster.

(Sound of Anna and Alina speaking)

They tell me they think both Ukraine and Russia are involved. Anna says, "We can't deny that Russia is involved."

Alina says, "We're ordinary people. We don't know what's really going on. We're shown one thing on TV, another in magazines," she says, "And if you go online and read websites in English and watch Euronews, we get totally different information."

Many Muscovites have told me the truth is hard to identify these days.

Alina says she has one primary source about the Ukraine crisis - her parents, who live near the border.

(Sound of Alina speaking)

She says, "My parents say there are very many military trucks driving in that direction, towards Ukraine. So I can't say that Russians are not involved in that."

(Sound of Pavel speaking)

Pavel tells me, though, he thinks the separatists are to blame.

Minutes after the report into the crash was released, one pro-Russian rebel leader from Donetsk told the Interfax news agency that separatists do not have the military equipment that could bring down a passenger plane.

The Kremlin has denied supplying the rebels, or having any involvement with the crash.

Irina believes that and is convinced the blame lies over the border.

(Sound of Irina speaking)

She says, "I'm about 100 per cent sure Kiev did it. Too many lies. When people are lying and squirming," she says, "it shows they've done something wrong."

In the absence of proof, this tragedy is yet more fodder for Putin critics and supporters alike.

This is Mary Gearing in Moscow for AM. 


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http://www.abc.net.au/am/content/2014/s4084552.htm

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