According to information obtained from the email of George Bilt, a former MIT alumni and aviation expert for more than 20 years, the Malaysian Boeing 777 flight #MH17 Amsterdam – Kuala-Lumpur, which tragically collapsed on July 17, 2014, was shot down by a Ukrainian fighter jet chasing it.
The email was sent a few days ago attention to the Russian Union of Engineers which published a preliminary Incident Report on MH17 this August.
“I fully agree with the results of your analysis of the causes of Boeing catastrophe. It was shot down by a fighter jet.”
– wrote the author who presented himself as George Bilt.
The assertion was supported by a space photo made presumably by a US or UK spy satellite at the moment of attack at 1:19:47 PM UTC on July 17, 2014.
The picture, which clearly shows the launch from the left wing fighter exactly the cockpit, was attached to the e-mail. The landscape, weather, aircraft sizes on picture are fully consistent with the circumstances of the accident.
Ivan Andrievsky, the first Vice-President of the Russian Union of Engineers comments:
“Here is a space picture taken from a low orbit. According to the coordinates specified in the picture, we can assume that it was taken by a US or British spy satellite. We conducted a detailed analysis of the image and there was no sign of a fake here.”
On July 21 the head of Main Directorate for Operations of the HQ of Russia’s Armed Forces, Lieutenant-General Andrey Kartopolov stated that according to the data of objective control a Ukraine Air Force military jet SU-25 was detected moments before the downfall of Boeing.
An observaton: the purported satellite image shows an aircraft similar in shape to either a Sukhoi Su-27 ‘Flanker’ or a MiG-29 ‘Fulcrum’ fighter jet, rather than the unmistakable shape of a Su-25 ‘Frogfoot’ ground attack aircraft.
The Su-25 has is a slow-flying aircraft, hence it has long, narrow wings. The wings are mounted mid-body, the wings are swept back very little, the wing’s traiing edge is 90 degrees perpendicular to the fuselage. The fuselage looks rather long and thing seen from above.
I’d say the aircraft shown above is *probably* a Su-27, judging by the long ‘neck’ forward of the wings, the size and angle of the Leading Edge Root Extensions (less pronounced than in the MiG-29, and further back from the cockpit), the wings’ location relatively far back on the fuselage (further back than mid-mounted, as in the Su-25), and the wings’ pronounced sweep (designed for high speed flight). It *almost* looks like there might be missile rails or ECM pods on cropped delta wings, typical of a Su-27 but not a MiG-29.
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