A leaked document written by Dutch Military Intelligence Service MIVD and obtained via a leak by Pro-Kremlin activists confirm Kremlin manipulated a satellite photos to suggest an Ukraine operated Buk Telar disappeared from a former Ukraine army base just at the day MH17 was shot down. Using this ‘evidence’ Kremlin suggested that Ukraine shot down MH17.
However the Buk Telar surface to air missile launcher was not operational in July 2014 as many parts were missing. The Buk Telar never moved from its position at the desolated and destroyed former Ukraine army base.
The confirmation Kremlin lied came from an unexpected party. Blogger Max van der Werff and former Kremlin funded RT journalist Yana Yerlashova published an authentic looking report written by Dutch Military Intelligence Service MIVD. The document is part of a set of four documents which are part of the JIT investigaton dossier.
How the couple, notorious for spreading disinformation on MH17, were able to obtain the documents is not clear. Possibly the documents were obtained from the Malaysian participants in JIT via Russian intelligence services using hacking techniques.
The MIVD document states the Buk Telar at the former army barracks north of Donetsk remained at that location from July 11 to July 22, 2014. The document refers to photos available on social media which shows the Buk is damaged and is missing parts. Additionaly the report states from this location it was impossible to shot down MH17.