Our London event was a success. Approximately two hundred people attended. You can watch the live stream of the event here.
Colonel Mohamad Sakri, the Malaysian commander who retrieved the black boxes from rebel held territory, was our special guest. But he never made it to the stage. The new Malaysian government just a few hours before the event sent him instructions not to comment on the MH17 case at all.
Digital forensics expert Akash Rosen presented his new analysis of phone taps published by the Joint Investigation Team. He is still preparing an official publication of the final report, but it is already clear that the phone taps published by the JIT have also been tampered with.
We also premiered a new video featuring a witness interviewed by the JIT, who saw two fighter jets following the passenger plane. You can watch it here.
And of course we leaked another document titled Minutes 20160212. In it JIT representatives state that even in 2016 they did not receive any data from the United States.
Here is the link to the complete documents we discussed. Link will be active one week only.
The International platform Global Rights of Peaceful People and Bonanza Media are holding another event this Saturday, March 7, in The Netherlands.
Everyone is welcome to attend.
Max van der Werff