Ukraine should remain a suspect in the shoot-down of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 until it releases the air traffic control tapes it seized, InfoWars' Paul Joseph Watson told Michael Savage on "The Savage Nation"
radio show this week.
As several governments and the U.N. continue seeking answers regarding Thursday's attack, Watson cautioned listeners against drawing hasty conclusions. He said there's crucial evidence that must be kept in mind.
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"[Ukrainians] will not release the air traffic control tapes in communication with the Malaysian Airlines flight," Watson stated.
"We know that the first Malaysian Airlines flight that went missing back in March, the transcript of those air traffic control communications were released within three days. Yet what happened in this case was that within hours of the downing of the Malaysian Airlines Flight 17, Ukraine's security services went to the air control towers, seized the traffic control tapes and we've heard nothing of them since."
"Ukraine needs to release these air traffic control tapes because they will prove their narrative. They seem to be having a lot of difficulty proving the narrative coming out of Kiev and Washington. ... Show us the evidence that backs up your narrative behind the shoot-down."
Flight MH17 was hit by what U.S. officials suspect was a surface-to-air missile launched from an area controlled by Russian-backed separatists. Both the Ukrainian government and the pro-Russian separatists have denied shooting down the plane, which was flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur. All 298 passengers, crew, and pilots perished in the crash.
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