Alexander Borodai, PM of the Donetsk People's Republic
Alexander Borodai, the Prime Minister of the Donetsk People's Republic recently held a press conference with journalists on the recovery efforts, findings and the removal of bodies on refrigerated box cars to an unknown destination. US and Europeans leaders and officials continue to point a finger at Russia and the Donetsk rebels as squarely responsible for Malaysian Flight#17's crash. Russia is accused of providing rebels in Grabovo where flight#17 debris is located of Buk surface to air missiles. The rebels have again and again denied receiving any missiles or having high tech weapons . International investigators from the OSCE have also condemned the slow response and rebels compromising the site , the alleged looting of dead bodies and personal belongings of the deceased passengers at the debris site and tempering with evidence by removing black boxes and other personal articles. The Ukrainian government has also backed up European and American concerns for tempering with the site.
Malaysia is sending a recovery team to bring back the first of 43 Malaysians who were killed on MH#17. The team will also provide assistance with the debris site alongside other international recovery teams from US, Netherlands, Indonesia and elsewhere representing the deads' respective countries. Malaysia is also reeling from a deja vu again.