German private investigator Josef Resch, who investigated the crash of the Malaysian Boeing 777, is ready to give testimony in court as a witness, RIA Novosti reported on November 22.
The detective wants to provide new evidence on the МН17 tragedy.
According to Resch’s lawyer, this is the last chance to learn the truth about the tragedy. An appropriate letter was sent to the prosecutor’s office in the Netherlands.
The evidence to be presented contains information about the persons responsible for the shot down the flight.
This is not the first Resch’s attempt to participate in the proceedings, but he was rejected. Now he can be summoned as a witness by the defense, because the next hearings will be public.
Detective Resch has been conducting his investigation since 2014; one year later the prosecutor’s office of the Netherlands opened his safe-deposit box and took away his files, which have not been returned to the detective so far.
The Malaysian authorities called to make public all the evidence of the crash of the Boeing 777 in eastern Ukraine in 2014. They believe that no conclusions about anyone’s guilt can be made without careful examination of all the available evidence.
Moscow insists on joint work of the international team to investigate the circumstances of the Boeing 777 crash in 2014, but Russia was not admitted to examine the case materials.
Previously, the EU Council urged Moscow to admit responsibility for the tragedy that took place 5 years ago. The Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad called for the investigation to rely on substantial evidence, but not on the desire to blame everything on Russia.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency