A new study by Sergey Mastepanov on the videos showing a BUK in Eastern Ukraine on July 17 concludes that these videos are fake.
This conclusion is remarkable as Bellingcat will finaly publish its latest study at February 24. The Bellingcat report is said to conclude that about 20 Russian people must know who shot down MH17.
The Bellingcat narrative is completely based on these faked videos and photod.
All three videos have problems suggesting that the vehicles, including the Buk launcher, were added into the videos with the help of photo and video manipulation software, such as Adobe Photoshop and Adobe After Effects. The vehicles in the videos are most likely just photoshopped images. The videos have common characteristics: the vehicles have low picture quality and are blurry, they are shown at a far distance (excluding the Luhansk video), at a limited angle, you cannot see the wheels spinning of any vehicles, and in two videos, the truck with the Buk are visible only for about four seconds. Two videos were uploaded by anonymous accounts that have no other videos, one of which was created on the day of the incident. The third video was uploaded by Ukrainian officials. Evidence exists of deliberate deception by Ukrainian officials concerning the location of the area shown in the Luhansk video.
Read the very detailled report here