Dutch largest newspaper De Telegraaf published on December 15 an article titled ‘Problems with MH17 evidence‘.
The article states the reliability of the MH17 evidence is in doubt because of the corrupt Ukraine secret service SBU. SBU delivered evidence liked taped telephone conversations. Also some of the videos and photos of a BUK are likely to be produced by SBU.
The head of the SBU at the time of the shot down was Valentyn Nalyvaichenko. He is said to be involved in stolen art from the Dutch museum. Nalyvaichenko had committed serious violations of Finnish law when he worked at the Ukrainian embassy in Helsinki. Using his diplomatic status, Nalyvaichenko had set up a pipeline for smuggling antiquities.
Just this summer 22 people working for SBU were put in jail because of corruption and criminal activities.
This blogpost has all the details on the art robbery.
The suspicious evidence is a problem for the court case.
NLtimes has an english article about this news.by