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Meet The Pilot Who Shot Down Malaysian Boeing MH-17 – Vladislav Voloshin: “The Plane Was In the Wrong Place at the Wrong Time”!

  • Meet The Pilot Who Shot Down Malaysian Boeing MH-17 – Vladislav Voloshin: “The Plane Was In the Wrong Place at the Wrong Time”! 
    by Komsomolskaya Pravda (, Global Research News 
    by Vladimir Sungorkin, Dmitry Steshin, Nikolay Varsegov
    Translated from Russian by Kristina Rus for

    Originally published in Russian by one of Russia’s leading newspapers, Komsomolskaya Pravda.  This interview should be viewed with caution. It requires further investigation and corroboration. (GR Editor, December 24, 2014)

    n the “case of Malaysian Boeing” a “secret witness” stepped forward whose testimony remove all charges from the militia and Russia. And explain the mysterious behavior of Western experts.

    This man came to the editorial office of “Komsomolskaya Pravda” by himself. We checked his papers – he is not an actor and not a fake person. We can not yet reveal his personal information – he still has relatives in Ukraine and is afraid of revenge and blackmail. Judging by what Alexander (let’s name him that) told us, the fear is substantiated. We provide a transcript of our conversation virtually uncut:

    – Where were you on July 17, 2014, the day Malaysian Boeing was shot down?
    – I was on the territory of Ukraine, in the city of Dnepropetrovsk, the village Aviatorskoye. It is a regular airport. There at this time were based fighter jets and helicopters. Planes regularly flew on bombing missions, Su-25 attack aircraft bombed Donetsk, Lugansk. This lasted a long time.

    – The aircraft flew every day?
    – Daily.

    – Why did you assume that these airplanes could be related to the downing of the “Boeing”?
    – A few reasons. Out of the eight airplanes, which were based there, only two had “air-to-air” missiles. They were suspended.

    – Why? Were there any aircraft battles in the air?
    – No, the aircraft was fitted with missiles to cover themselves in the air. Just in case. Mostly they had air-to-ground ammunition. NURS, bombs.

    -Tell us about July 17.
    – Airplanes flew regularly. All day since the morning. In the afternoon, about an hour before the downing of the “Boeing”, three attack fighters were raised into the air. I don’t remember the exact time. One of the airplanes was equipped with such missiles. It was a Su-25.

    – Have you personally seen it?
    – Yes.

    – Where was your vantage point?
    – On site. Cannot tell you exactly.

    – Did you have an opportunity to see specifically what the pylons of the aircraft where fitted with? Could you confuse “air-to-air” and “air-to-ground” missiles?
    – No, I couldn’t confuse it. They vary in size, plumage, coloration. With a guidance head. Very easy to recognize. Anyway, after a short time, only one airplane returned, two were shot down. Somewhere in the East of Ukraine, I was told. The airplane that came back, was the one with those suspended missiles.

    – It returned without the missiles?
    – Without the missiles. That pilot was very scared.

    – Do you know this pilot, have you seen him?
    – Yes.

    – Can you tell us his name?
    – Last name Voloshin.

    – Was he alone in the airplane?
    – Yes. The airplane is designed for one person.

    – Do you know his name?
    – Vladislav, I think. Don’t remember exactly. Captain.

    – Captain Voloshin came back. What happened next?
    – Came back with blank ammunition.

    – No missiles left?
    – Yes.

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