BEIJING, July 25 (Xinhua) According to Russian Satellite Network, Akash Rosen, senior investigator of digital data appraisal of Malaysian OGIT Forensic Services, believes that the Ukrainian Security Agency submitted as evidence of the MAA MH17 air crash conversation recordings, which had been edited by the bureau.
On July 17, 2014, Air Malaysia Flight MH17 crashed in eastern Ukraine on its way from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, killing all 298 people on board. The picture shows the crash site of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 in Donetsk, Ukraine.
In mid-July, a 28-minute documentary produced by Max van der Waugh, an independent investigator of the MH17 crash, was released on the social network. The film includes the testimony of Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir, the head of the Malaysian Government Investigation Group, Colonel Mohamed Sackley, and the identification results of the so-called conversation recordings provided by Malaysian OGIT Forensic Services to the Ukrainian Security Agency.
Rosen said: The recording was edited. Noise level is on different audio track, some places are low, some places are high. This is an audio merge. You can see a lot of clips.
German analyst Norman Ritter confirmed the experts statement and pointed out that telephone recordings were forged through nine different stages of processing.
I found a total of nine processing stages, with a lot of splicing, Ritter said. I really doubt the authenticity of these recordings.
Flight MH17 was shot down by a missile over Eastern Ukraine on the way from Amsterdam, Netherlands, to Kuala Lumpur on July 17, 2014. All 298 people, including 15 crew members, were killed on board.
On June 19 this year, the Dutch-led joint Malaysian Airlines MH17 air crash investigation mission charged four suspects, including three Russians, with murder. But Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir later said he was dissatisfied with the findings and asked for substantial evidence in the investigation, not just hearsay.