The “MH-17 Inquiry” describes itself as a project made up of independent Russian and international journalists, experts and scientists who have sought to take the investigation of this case away from politics and conspiracy theories and into a realm of facts and deductive reasoning.
The conclusions of the many Russian military and other experts described in detail here is that the Boeing 777 of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was most likely shot down by a Ukrainian Air Force MiG-29 and that this was probably authorized by the US-installed Kiev regime. They think it is also possible that the shoot-down was a provocation with the purpose of discrediting Russia and creating a wedge between Ukraine and Russia.
This is contrary to a prevailing disinformational conspiracy theory that a Sukhoi 25 fighter jet is what took down the commercial airliner – and quite apart from the official story that a Russian Buk missile was to blame.
The film concludes with things that are rarely spoken of, such as the Non-Disclosure Agreement that was signed between the Dutch and Ukraine governments and how the US has the best satellite surveillance technology in the world and surely knows the truth, in which case silence constitutes Obstruction of Justice – and a crime at the State level.
In their final film, they discover something beneath the earth in Ukraine, which they would have never imagined.