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118418 No. 118418 ID: 746f50 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
During the trial of the rape threats against U.S. President Obama's 2nd daughter by a South Korean man, the Korean government attempted to close the case by the death of the suspect in order to avoid diplomatic friction with the United States of America.
So, the Korean government mobilized South Korean Internet trolls, who were suspected to be employed at the South Korean Cyber Command, to very badly harass the suspect mentally, forcing him to commit suicide by a nonsensical means.
See the level of comments from South Koreans:

https://pastebin.com/raw/d8GqdZ7C
>> No. 118419 ID: 95a69d
Yep.
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117966 No. 117966 ID: 1ea8c0 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Wow can't believe Barak Obama is still forcing Russian athletes to cheat at sports.
http://www.bbc.com/sport/winter-olympics/43180504
>Russian bobsleigh pilot Nadezhda Sergeeva has been banned from the Winter Olympics for doping - just a day before Olympic chiefs meet to discuss lifting sanctions on her country.

>The International Olympic Committee banned Russia over "systemic" doping at Sochi 2014, which the country hosted.

>However, 168 athletes who proved they were clean were allowed to compete as neutrals at the Pyeongchang Games.

>Sergeeva is the second of those 168 to have failed a doping test.

>The IOC's executive board met on Saturday, when a discussion on whether to maintain or lift the suspension on Russia took place - a decision is now expected on Sunday.

>Lifting the suspension would allow Russian athletes to parade with their national flag at Sunday's closing ceremony.

https://themoscowtimes.com/news/russian-curlers-stripped-of-olympic-bronze-for-doping-at-2018-winter-games-60601
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>>117966
Yeah, keep posting that, pupper. We all know the routine.

Doping bad, medicine good.
Cheating wrong, fair good.
Russia bad, America good.
Lossing bad, winning good.

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/02/09/sports-medicine-tech-gives-us-olympic-skiers-snowboarders-an-edge.html
There's just nothing left to say.

https://www.popsci.com/winter-olympics-asthma#page-2
>Athletes with asthma tend to do better at the Winter Olympics
>But it's not really clear where the advantage comes from.
ROFL
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>> No. 117968 ID: 278cbe
And furthermore. If you simple citizens think it is somewhat bougous situation in the sports right now and there's nowhere to go from it, you got to see what a piss-metering agency known as WADA is yet to prepare for your enjoyment.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/gene-doping-olympics-1.4535719

>Enhancing athletic performance on a genetic level

>WADA calls it: the non-therapeutic use of cells, genes, genetic elements or modulation of genetic expression having the capacity to enhance performance.

>In fact, WADA has been talking about how to detect and deter athletes from gene doping for years now, and recently had a meeting in Montreal about considering asking all athletes to have their entire genome sequenced prior to competition.

So, yeah, just about any moment now, you can observe the new age of sports medicine competition, where a person may be banned for having, um, wrong genetics. Well of course, if you have right genetics, supported by hefty sponsorship fund, political lobby, industry investments, there's nothing to fear.
>> No. 117969 ID: 734a2c
>>117967
>>117968
>dem cops is raycist for profiling us muggers and rapists!

lol okay tyrone.
>> No. 118396 ID: 278cbe
  I am fascinated that my news feeds do not even let these threads go deep enough to disappear. Here's what came up just recently.

It's been going for a long time but now it is coming to the end.

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/12/sports/american-doping-criminal-law.html

>United States lawmakers took a step on Tuesday toward criminalizing doping in international sports, introducing a bill in the House that would attach prison time to the use, manufacturing or distribution of performance-enhancing drugs in global competitions.

>The law would establish America’s jurisdiction over international sports events, even those outside of the United States, if they include at least three other nations, with at least four American athletes participating or two American companies acting as sponsors. It would also enhance the ability of cheated athletes and corporate sponsors to seek damages, expanding the window of time during which civil lawsuits could be filed.

>The bill would establish a window of seven years for criminal actions and 10 years for civil lawsuits. It also seeks to protect whistle-blowers from retaliation, making it illegal to take “adverse action” against a person because he or she has disclosed information about doping fraud.

Effectively, US unilaterally establishes itself as the judge, jury and executioner of every international sport event they can lay they hand on, under the force of criminal law.

And this is just after the case that is supposed to be a basis for that law literally collapses under it's own weight.
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>>118396


Https://startingstrength.com/article/why_powerlifting_should_not_be_in_the_olympics


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118408 No. 118408 ID: 197be0 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
https://abcnews.go.com/amp/US/marine-marched-neo-nazis-charlottesville-found-guilty-court/story?id=55998984


The U.S. Marine who marched with neo-Nazis in last summer's "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, has been found guilty in a summary court-martial after he reportedly bragged online about participating in the violence that day.

Lance Cpl. Vasillios Pistolis was convicted Monday of failing to obey an order or regulation and making a false official statement under Articles 92 and 107 in the Uniform Code of Military Justice, according to the 2nd Marine Logistics Group.


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118395 No. 118395 ID: 0aa17e hide watch quickreply [Reply]
>wagecucks pwnd
The average hourly wage paid to a key group of American workers has fallen from last year when accounting for inflation, as an economy that appears strong by several measures continues to fail to create bigger paychecks, the federal government said Tuesday.

For workers in “production and nonsupervisory” positions, the value of the average paycheck has declined in the past year. For those workers, average “real wages” — a measure of pay that takes inflation into account — fell from $22.62 in May 2017 to $22.59 in May 2018, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said.

This pool of workers includes those in manufacturing and construction jobs, as well as all “nonsupervisory” workers in service industries such health care or fast food. The group accounts for about four-fifths of the privately employed workers in America, according to BLS.

Without adjusting for inflation, these “nonsupervisory” workers saw their average hourly earnings jump 2.8 percent from last year. But that was not enough to keep pace with the 2.9 percent increase in inflation, which economists attributed to rising gas prices.

“This is very likely because of the spike in oil prices eating into inflation-adjusted earnings,” said Allen Sinai, chief global economist and strategist at Decision Economics. “We pay for energy-related costs out of our wages, out of our compensation. And it's making a real impact.”

The fall in those wages has alarmed some economists, who say paychecks should be getting fatter at a time when unemployment is low and businesses are hiring.

“This is odd and remarkable,” said Steven Kyle, an economist at Cornell University. “You would not normally see this kind of thing unless there were some kind of external shock, like a bad hurricane season, but we haven't had that.”

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>> No. 118397 ID: e3e022
>>118395
Actually wages in the United States haven't gone up for a half century or so.

http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2014/10/09/for-most-workers-real-wages-have-barely-budged-for-decades/

https://thinkprogress.org/wages-have-been-stagnant-for-40-years-but-its-not-the-fault-of-american-workers-ede9b2133989/

But since there's nobody here to [read them], why are you posting on a dead chan?
>> No. 118399 ID: 9dcda2
Inflation keeps rising because minimum wage keeps rising. If the bottom of the scale moves up, everyone is moved down to meet them.
>> No. 118403 ID: a8533b
>>118399
Inflation is alot more complicated than that but minimum wage doesn't help it
>> No. 118404 ID: 49da9b
>>118403
The minimum wage in China and the price of shipping has got to have more impact on the price of goods in America than any local or regional ordinances would.
>> No. 118405 ID: 9e8f6d
>>118404
Fun aside: did you know that the United States Government subsidizes Chinese shippers and literally eBay to the tune of probably hundreds of millions per year? This guy seems to think so:

http://www.nerdylorrin.net/jerry/postages/ebay.html


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118141 No. 118141 ID: f91983 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
…Iron man Mattis halts deliveries. Nice to know that at least one person has their eye on the bottom line. Didn't the president promise to get rid of the thing completely?

http://thehill.com/policy/defense/382711-pentagon-stops-accepting-f-35-deliveries-from-lockheed-report

The Defense Department has reportedly stopped accepting F-35 jets from Lockheed Martin because of a dispute over who would be responsible for covering the costs to fix a production error found in more than 200 of them.

“Production on the F-35 program continues and we are confident we will meet our delivery target of 91 aircraft for 2018. While all work in our factories remains active, the F-35 Joint Program Office has temporarily suspended accepting aircraft until we reach an agreement on a contractual issue and we expect this to be resolved soon,” a Lockheed spokeswoman told Reuters.

Fixing the jets won’t be simple because it could require technicians to travel to stations around the world, anonymous sources told Reuters.


It isn’t clear when the suspension began, but the Pentagon allegedly received two jets despite the suspension.

This isn’t the first time technical errors have disrupted the Pentagon’s most expensive weapons program.

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>> No. 118189 ID: 41441c
>>118185
The X-32 couldn't meet the Navy's maneuverability and payload requirements. All three versions would have had different wing designs while the F-35A and B share wings.
The X-32 couldn't do vertical lift with the same engine the X-35 had, they had to remove parts of the airframe to make it light enough.
The X-32 prototype was substantially different from what would have been produced, the X-35 was not.
And even scaled up as much as the X-35 was to the F-35, it was smaller to the point where it would have had about the same range as the AV-8B, while the F-35A and C have about same range as a F-14 with external tanks.

Also we consider political aspects:
Northrop Grumman had been embroiled in a number of fraud cases relating to the B-2 in the late 80s, and gave a senator's wife the clap via male escorts in a attempt to get support for the YF-23. Right around the time the JSF program was starting tests they got hit with another case where they'd been overcharging something like $100 million dollars for every B-2.

Boeing was suing the US government in a inherited lawsuit over the cancellation of the McD A-12 Avenger II that continued until 2014, which had been killed in 1990 by Dick Cheney because "no one could tell me how much the program was going to cost, even just through the full scale development phase, or when it would be available. And data that had been presented at one point a few months ago turned out to be invalid and inaccurate." Also at the same time POGO was flipping it's shit about cost overruns on the Super Hornet as I recall, also canted pylons lol.

Meanwhile, Lockheed had delivered the YF-22 without giving a politician's wife the clap and had won the ATF program.

So pretend you're on the selection committee back then. Boeing is insisting that if you just give them another chance they'll fix the problems with the X-32 and the next prototypes will be great, honest, while Lockheed has pretty much done fine and has delivered prototypes that meet requirements and are pretty much the same as what they want to make.

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>> No. 118208 ID: 09c7e0
>>118189
thats a very level headed summary of about 30 years of fighter aircraft development, thanks for posting even it was just pasta.
i'd lake to add that boeing got into the X-32 game mainly to get government freemoney to help develop the composite materials they were planning to use to make the 787 more lightweight. boeing got what they wanted out of the X-32/X-35 competition, the boeing entry was never seriously intended to develop to a fighter aircraft, but to make it look like they were working towards that end enough to get the composites development money for free. the government got to keep lockheed's feet to the fire with a little competition in exchange, it was a good deal all around as the government will eventually collect the X-32 money back in income taxes from boeing and boeing workers who would have otherwise been displaced by overseas aircraft manufacturing.
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>>118189
>>118189
>.The X-32 prototype was substantially different from what would have been produced, the X-35 was not.

Honestly this. They had engine problems during demonstrations as well, leading them to remove the front portion of the air intake in order to demonstrate vertical lift. Pic related.

The whole point of the X-32 and X-35 were to *demonstrate* that they had the basics down. Boeing's demonstrator didn't look like what they were proposing, and it didn't perform well w/o modifications, and that was a giant hit against them.
>> No. 118390 ID: 3f6978
At this point, if anyone at the DoD had balls, they'd tell LockMart to either fix their shit at zero cost to the government or we're going to nationalize the entire program and charge the lot of them with fraud.

Of course, that's assuming this money is actually going to the F-35 project and not being laundered and funneled back out to black-budget fuckery.
>> No. 118393 ID: 649f2c
>>118390
>that's assuming this money is actually going to the F-35 project and not being laundered and funneled back out to black-budget fuckery.
you whats kind of ridiculous is that the program itself is so enormously large and complex that no one individual will ever know the answer to that question. you'd need to give a large team of people PhDs in aeronautical accounting years just to get an estimate.


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117874 No. 117874 ID: 31d098 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
>after 3 more years it will be up to $2.5 trillion dollar a year!
>thanks obama!
The Treasury Department is on track to borrow nearly $1 trillion this fiscal year, almost double the amount the federal government borrowed last year, The Washington Post reported Saturday.

The government is likely to borrow $955 billion during this fiscal year, which is the first full fiscal year under President Trump. The government last year borrowed $519 billion, the Post noted, adding that the increase was attributed primarily to the "fiscal outlook."

The Treasury Department last week released its estimates for how much it would need to borrow for the next two quarters.

The report came the same day that the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) moved up its projected deadline for when the Treasury would run out of cash, citing the Republican tax overhaul.
The nonpartisan budget scorekeeper had estimated in November that the Treasury would run out of cash in late March or early April. After Trump signed the tax-cut law in December, however, the CBO revised its estimate to the first half of March.

If the Treasury Department runs out of cash, the government would delay payments, default on its debt or both, the CBO said.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin urged lawmakers Tuesday to raise the debt ceiling as soon as possible.

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>> No. 117896 ID: a8533b
>Crashing the ship
Good
that's why I voted for Hilldog, because I knew she'd end this failed experiment known as the USA and in the chaos I'd get to shoot minorities, weak cuck progressives and their dogs and brown people

Make America Great Again via Balkanization, if that fails nazification
>> No. 117898 ID: 0e8e6d
>>117896
>and their dogs

ATF detected.
>> No. 117901 ID: 6c0b37
>>117898
Acid is gonna get demoted if he doesn't stop another terror plot that he created.
>> No. 117904 ID: df12a0
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>be teacher
>totally Trump's fault you're in the worst possible career field in cash-strapped MI, where the Party-in-Power thrives off the idiocy of the masses, so it's a no-brainer for them to cut the education budget time and again
>oh wait, you almost forgot that you're in a position to perpetuate the hate
>> No. 118392 ID: 791741
http://www.thetimesnews.com/opinion/20180612/editorial-national-debt-must-be-main-topic-in-2020


Retiring Starbucks executive Howard Schultz’s interest in a 2020 presidential bid made national headlines because of his strong and unexpected focus on fiscal responsibility. To date, Schultz’s national profile mostly reflected his aggressive advocacy of progressive social causes. But in an interview with CNBC, the Seattle billionaire expressed disbelief at how many Democrats had eagerly embraced a government takeover of health care and a federal full-employment jobs program without first answering this basic question: “How are we going to pay for these things?” He went on to say, “I think the greatest threat domestically to the country is this $21 trillion debt hanging over … America and future generations.”

Hallelujah. Whether or not Donald Trump has soured you on the idea of the ultra-wealthy seeking the Oval Office, rational Americans should welcome the possibility that fiscal conservatism emerges as a key issue in 2020. Unless responsible adults begin to step up, disaster looms. The Congressional Budget Office predicts annual federal budget deficits of $1 trillion or more will become the new norm by 2020, leading the already-staggering national debt to reach $33 trillion in a decade. Meanwhile, the amount of money the federal government spends just to service the national debt is on pace to go from $263 billion in 2017 to $1.05 trillion in 2028 — at which point it would dwarf annual military spending or the yearly Medicare budget.

Here’s the easiest way to grasp how risky this is: Imagine if your household was on track to have to spend 20 percent of its income just to make minimum payments on your credit cards — and yet family members kept adding new charges. That’s just what Congress did with its February budget deal, which included the single largest spending increase since the massive stimulus bill was passed in 2009 to limit the pain of the Great Recession.

Traditional Republican claims to care about fiscal conservatism have been annihilated by the actions of President Donald Trump, House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. The party that crowed after it forced the Obama administration to accept a 2011 law mandating a long-term budget “sequester” containing domestic and defense spending happily voted for a budget that exceeded the spending caps by nearly $300 billion.

But the irresponsibility of the GOP’s ramping up spending while also adopting big tax cuts is paralleled by Democrats’ increasing unanimity that government should provide more and more freebies. Instead of shoring up the most basic government safety-net program — the deeply underfunded Social Security system — they also want not just health
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118374 No. 118374 ID: 783bde hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Feds Jailed Gun Owner for Making Politically Incorrect Facebook Posts

https://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2018/05/rakem-balogun-black-identity-extremists-prosecuted-fbi-gun-owner.html
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>> No. 118384 ID: d42478
You know the US has become insane today when:

The answer to endless wars is more wars.

The answer to the police state is more tyranny.

The answer to a dead economy is starting a trade war.

The answer to regulations is more laws.

The answer to endless debt is more debt.
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>>118384
>> No. 118386 ID: fc7ef8
You know that you are in hell when you live in a police state and those who criticize tyranny get banned and everyone else who mentions the police state supports it.
>> No. 118387 ID: 5d32e7
>>118386
>you know you are in opchan when shills shit-spam the phrase 'police state' like max headroom blipverts and those whose voices could refute this aren't here because staff let them leave.

Look at that sensible yet rightfully hopeful meta commentary.
>> No. 118388 ID: fc7ef8
If you love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animated contest of freedom, go from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen.


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  http://m.tmz.com/2018/06/08/anthony-bourdain-dead-dies-suicide/?viewer_country=US



Bourdain was found dead in his hotel room in Strasbourg, France ... according to CNN. The network says Bourdain's friend and fellow chef Eric Ripert discovered the body Friday morning. He had hanged himself.

They were on location in France shooting an episode of his award-winning show, 'Parts Unknown.'


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117992 No. 117992 ID: 44e2a0 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
cheki breki if you even think Russia did this you're a racist, fascist bigot who must be banned from opchan!
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-43323847

>A nerve agent was used to try to murder a former Russian spy and his daughter, police have said.

>Sergei and Yulia Skripal were found unconscious in Salisbury on Sunday afternoon and remain critically ill.

>A police officer who was the first to attend the scene is now in a serious condition in hospital, Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley said.

>Mr Rowley, head of Counter Terrorism Policing, said government scientists had identified the agent used, but would not make that information public at this stage.

>"This is being treated as a major incident involving attempted murder, by administration of a nerve agent," he said.

>"Having established that a nerve agent is the cause of the symptoms... I can also confirm that we believe that the two people who became unwell were targeted specifically."

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>> No. 118263 ID: 278cbe
>>118260
>A military convoy arrived in Salisbury last year
>last year
I honestly just gave a double-take to what I copied in this thread from news article. Needless to say I'm impressed, so very much impressed on level of self-awareness of people writing this story.
>> No. 118316 ID: 6e9258
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http://www.radio.cz/en/section/news/czech-president-says-nerve-agent-novichok-was-produced-in-the-country

>Czech president Miloš Zeman has said the country produced the novichok nerve agent for testing but it was then destroyed.

http://praguemonitor.com/2018/04/27/czech-intelligence-works-out-report-novichok-zeman

>The Czech counter-intelligence service BIS has worked out a report that President Milos Zeman ordered on whether the Novichok nerve agent was developed or stored in the country, BIS spokesman Ladislav Sticha told CTK on Thursday.

Apparently, every other country knows what this "top secret Russian" nerve agent is, how to produce it and store, which isn't surprize by any measure since know-how for it has been openly cited by many sources. What is interesting, though, is that, supposedly, OPCW members are not to produce or store any chemical weapons.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemical_Weapons_Convention

Actually, it looks like a post-modern type loyalty-securing strategy. If you are siding with Britain or any other major Western power, you are obliged, apparently, to believe everything they say and do everything they want, even if it is nonsensical, suicidal or physically impossible. We're not running short on bullshit anyway, there's always something, any day of the week.

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/03/world/europe/opcw-salisbury-novichok-skripal.html
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>> No. 118323 ID: 98d50c
>>118316
>look mommy i posted it again!
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https://www.reuters.com/article/us-britain-russia-chemicalweapons-german/wests-knowledge-of-novichok-came-from-sample-secured-in-1990s-report-idUSKCN1IH2HC

>In a joint report, German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung, the weekly Die Zeit and broadcasters NDR and WDR said Germany’s BND spy agency had secured the sample of the Novichok nerve agent from a Russian scientist.

>The sample was analyzed in Sweden and the chemical formula was given to the German government and military, the report cited sources as saying. Western countries used the information to help develop countermeasures.

On the long list of countries who stole Russian chemical warfare secrets in the past, there's at least two new names now. That, of course, adds to the early claims that there's only one country capable of producing it. As history demonstrates, this is a normal situation for any imperialistic western country - if you give them a chance of reconciliation, they will plunder your technologies and resources, and use them against you.

But wait, what's this? We found the PROOFS! Russia does produce Novichok!

https://themoscowtimes.com/news/russian-businessman-releases-novichok-line-cooking-oil-61227

>“I liked this product very much and couldn’t find it anywhere in stores, so I decided to make it myself,” Yakushev said in a YouTube video posted on Thursday.

>The Novichok oil will be marketed under the motto “products for a long life,” together with a logo bearing KGB insignia.
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http://news.met.police.uk/news/ongoing-investigation-into-incident-in-salisbury-on-4-march-309256

>Meanwhile staff from the national CT network, along with colleagues seconded from five forces including specialists in image identification, have now viewed over 4,000 hours of CCTV footage.

Well, this is pretty funny statistic considering that nobody ever saw the people who did this and the cameras are placed all over the town.

>Timeline of events (all times approximate)

Well, they can at least say they know the events with a precision of 1 meter, 1 second and 1 person. You can just go on Google Street View and observe how thoroughly the city is recorded for everybody's convenience.

Location filmed at >>118260.
https://www.google.ru/maps/@51.0697418,-1.7976044,3a,83.9y,283.6h,91.71t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sT8FGyLEtAv3kPvlQwD_tdA!2e0!7i13312!8i6656

Well, camera spotting is one of my secondary habits when I stop by somewhere. Look to the pole on the left, there's CCTV sign. Then look across the bridge. Then go through the tunnel in the building and look at the ceiling. Then watch to the left at the exit. These cameras seem to be brand new - if you compare the shots from June 2017 and September, they are replaced from old box-like versions.


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  https://www.reuters.com/article/us-ukraine-crisis-mh17-cabinet/netherlands-australia-hold-russia-responsible-in-mh17-downing-idUSKCN1IQ0XO
>The Netherlands told Moscow on Friday it will hold the Russian state legally responsible for the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in July 2014, after investigators concluded that a Russian army missile system was used in the attack.

>MH17 was shot down over territory held by pro-Russian separatist forces in eastern Ukraine as it flew from Amsterdam en route to Kuala Lumpur, killing all 298 people onboard, roughly two-thirds of them Dutch.

>A team of international investigators said on Thursday that the “Buk” missile system used to bring down the passenger plane came from the 53rd Anti-Aircraft Brigade, based in the western Russian city of Kursk.

>“It is the first time the finger points to one specific country,” Prime Minister Mark Rutte told reporters after an emergency cabinet meeting. “We are holding Russia responsible for their role in the deployment of the Buk rocket system.”

>The diplomatic escalation comes at a time when relations between Western powers and Russia have reached their lowest point in decades.

>“Russia didn’t cooperate with the international legal requests in relation to the investigation,” Rutte said, referring to the probe carried out by prosecutors from Australia, Malaysia, Belgium, Ukraine and the Netherlands.

>The Netherlands and Australia informed Moscow that it expects Russia to now provide full assistance to the investigation, which is in the final stage of identifying perpetrators to be tried under Dutch law.

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>>118361
Try out something new.
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https://youtu.be/Q3MomxNHnUA?t=285

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bj-VZB0ZdEA
>but muh Russian buks
>but muh 323 muh 312 blub-lub-blub

Here's the funny thing about "investigation" - people are concentrated on the things that are present on the footage. On the other hand, they probably should have focused in the other things that aren't present - namely, the rest of the "convoy" aside from the truck itself. Or maybe about fully operational Ukrainian AA defence system deployed in the region.

https://ru.slovoidilo.ua/news/3659/2014-07-12/sily-pvo-ukrainy-pereshli-v-polnuyu-boevuyu-gotovnost.html

>The air defense forces of Ukraine went into full combat readiness
July 12, 2014

>As you know, despite the promise of NSDCU Secretary Andrey Parubiya to destroy Russian helicopters at the Ukrainian border, Russian military helicopters continue to violate Ukraine's airspace

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>>118362
pot calling the kettle black indeed.

Do you ever experience cognitive dissidence, mr. war crimes denier?
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https://sputniknews.com/world/201805181064582313-vyshinsky-arrest-condemnation/

>On order of a court in Ukraine's city of Kherson, Kirill Vyshinsky has been arrested for 60 days without bail on charges of “treason” and for supporting the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics in Ukraine’s southeast.

>Independent Polish journalist Stanislaw Remuszko said that freedom of speech is the backbone of democracy and the most important thing in life.

>”I have been working as a journalist for more than 40 years now and I believe that expressing one’s mind, even if it differs from that of the powers-that-be, is our sacred right. Saying only what the government wants to hear has nothing to do with free speech. If they arrested Kirill Vyshinsky only because he said things Ukrianian authorities don’t like, then he had every right to do so and is not to be punished, let alone arrested, for doing that,” Remuszko said.

The funny part though, you won't find any publications in the West about this treacherous breach of human rights. Because freedom of press is a concept of fiction.

https://cpj.org/2018/05/ukraine-extends-ban-on-russian-news-agencies-journ.php

>The decree, which Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko signed on May 14, prolongs measures taken last year against Russian media companies-- including Rossiya Segodnya (Russia Today), Sputnik, VGTRK, NTV, REN TV, TNT, OTR and others - that restricted or suspended their access to Ukrainian telecommunications networks. The decree also barred the outlets' journalists from entering Ukraine for the next three years and froze any assets that they had in the country.

If the freedom of speech, freedom of press and other freedoms can be throttled as it fits to interests of ruling class, they are not freedoms at all.
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>>118366
>look mommy i posted it again!


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