A group of relatives of victims of the disaster Malaysian Boeing 777 in the Donbass wrote a letter to the American Ambassador in the Netherlands Pete Hoekstra urging to publish satellite images of a rocket launch. A copy of the letter published on Twitter on July 9 Thomas Hansman.
Sandman in a plane crash lost son – 19-year-old Quinn of Lansman, who had dual us-Dutch citizenship. This is the only American who died on Board, the newspaper reported New York Post.
“We sent a letter to the US Ambassador in the Netherlands asking to consider providing satellite data that the US government cited August 12, 2014, at the request of the court of the Netherlands”, – said Chasman.
In the letter, the relatives said that the evidence recorded at the time of launch, obviously, have a greater value than obtained in the investigation at the crime scene a year later, or the testimony of witnesses that they give today. They fear that the lack of evidence may lead to the failure of the judicial process in the case of MH17.
“We all know that criminals and their lawyers spent six years trying to achieve this. But really it would mean a victory for the forces of darkness on this planet”, – said in the letter.
It was signed by eight people who are members of the initiative group.
Today, we sent the following letter to @usambnl the US Ambassador in the Netherlands on behalf of the Working Group Finding Truth #MH17 to reconsider providing the satellite data that the US government referred to on August 12th, 2014, as requested by the Netherlands court. pic.twitter.com/PeAVbCePt2
— Thomas Schansman (@ThomasSchansman) July 9, 2020