Dutch TV channel Nieuwsuur published the names of four people suspected in the organization of MH17 downing in July 2014. The list of these names showed up the day before the Joint Investigation Team releases new details of the investigation.
Here are the said four suspects, according to the medium:
1) Serhiy Muchkayev, Commander of the 53rd Anti-Aircraft Missile Brigade of Russia's Armed Forces, which is based in Kursk, Russia. According to the Dutch reporters, he was responsible for transporting the Buk missile launcher towards the Ukrainian border. That weapon was later used for shooting down the civilian aircraft.
2) Ivan Bezyazykov, the ex-Colonel of the Ukrainian Army; he is now judged for state treason. He could be instrumental in transporting the Buk to the site of the launch.
4) Oleg Pulatov, the Lieutenant Colonel of Russia's Airborne Troops. He could be involved in transporting of the missile launcher and the organization of security of the plane crash site. The data confirm that he could be standing by the weapon during the launch.
The official charges against the suspects will be filed after the names are officially released by the Joint Investigation Team.
Previously, the ECHR informed Russia that 380 relatives of the victims of MH17 tragedy turned to the court for justice.
Boeing 777 of Malaysian Airlines was shot down by the anti-aircraft missile in the sky over Donetsk region on July 17, 2014. The aircraft was on its way from Amsterdam to Kuala-Lumpur. 298 people were aboard; no one survived the crash. The Joint Investigation Team found out that the plane was shot from the Buk missile launcher; it belonged to the 53rd Missile Brigade based in Kursk region, Russia.