Investigation showed Malaysian Boeing MH-17 was shot down by Russia’s Buk-M1-2 anti-aircraft missile system - Butusov. PHOTO

The investigation into the downing of the Malaysian Boeing-777 in the Donbas revealed that the plane was shot down by Russian anti-aircraft missile system Buk-M1-2, which is an exclusive Russian development and is used only by the Russian army.

This is stated by Censor.NET Editor-in-Chief Yurii Butusov on his Facebook page.

"According to sources of Censor.NET, the international commission of inquiry into the downing of the Malaysian Boeing flight MH-17 established the type of weapon which destroyed the passenger plane. This is a Russian anti-aircraft missile system Buk-M1-2. A unique Russian weapon developed in 1994-1997, taken into service by the Russian armed forces in 1998.

"9M317 missile of the Buk-M1-2 complex has unique subammunitions which are not used in any other Buk modifications.

"Ukraine has never had such missiles in service.


"They say that in order to expose the Putin regime, Western intelligence services had to organize an operation to purchase such a missile through intermediaries in the Russian Federation itself.

"Read more details on Censor.NET soon. Putin has done enough for The Hague, the Netherlands are waiting for him ...

In the meantime, let them deny ... and talk about Ukrainian MiG-29 etc." Butusov wrote.

Источник: https://censor.net.ua/en/p327740