There are quite a few of doubts on the DSB final report. In a series of blog post I will discuss them and try to find answers.
Previous posts discussing doubts on the DSB report are:
To be able to fully understand the location of the explosion all damage of shrapnel needs to be studied. DSB was able to recover the cockpit including a part of the righthand side cockpit roof.
However many other parts of the cockpit roof were not available for the reconstruction. A large part was not found anymore at the crash site when DSB started the recovery in November 2015. So someone took a crucial part away.
This post provides an overview of the missing parts of the cockpit roof!
Questions that needs to be answered by JIT:
- When was that missing part of the cockpit roof taken away from the crash site and under which conditions? Each day many satellites pass over the area. It should be easy to determine when the piece was removed, Maybe even cars, people etc could be seen. Or eyewitness can be interviewed.
- Who would benefit from taking away a large piece of the cockpit roof
- Were other pieces of the cockpit also removed or just this one?
- Why did it take so long to bring the cockpit roof pieces found by Russia Today to Gilze Rijen?
- Are those RT pieces used in the reconstruction?
- Would the location of the explosion be different when all missing roof parts are examined?