Media found account of soldier in crashed Boeing case
According to journalists, the Russian serviceman was chatting with a fake girl.
The international investigation team called one of the evidence of Russia's involvement in the crash of MH17 flight over the Donbas a correspondence of a soldier from the Kursk 53rd air defense missile brigade, from which on 23 June 2014 a convoy departed with a Buck aircraft. The chat reveals a soldier Maxim G ... from Almetyevsk talking with Anastasia Dorokhova. The Bell found the accounts of both and concluded that the account of the girl might be fake and is run by investigators or intelligence.
The soldier tells Dorokhova he left for Rostov together with the convoy, then drove through Millerovo to participate in the war in the Donbas. At the same time, he noted that he could not talk about it: “This is a very big secret, if anyone finds out about this my head will be cut, I can only hint”.
The Bell discovered that Dorokhova’s account was run four months only, from April to August 2015, and filled with reposts typical for bots. Search for profile pictures in the Findclone service delivered two dozen profiles. Among 26 friends of Dorokhova, journalists found fake and deleted accounts, as well as profiles of men allegedly serving in the air defense of the RF Armed Forces.
Recall, the International Investigation Team named four people accused of involvement in the crash of Boeing: Russians Sergey Dubinsky, Oleg Pulatov, Igor Strelkov and Ukrainian Leonid Kharchenko. They were put on the international wanted list.