Families of MH17 victims left 'confused' by gov't stance on probe findings

Families of MH17 victims left 'confused' by gov't stance on probe findings


Families of MH17 victims left 'confused' by gov't stance on probe findings

'These statements have added confusion and caused anguish to some of the next-of-kin.'

"On June 19, the JIT announced that four suspects will be prosecuted for the downing of MH17.

The statement does not specify the remarks which left them confused, however.

The families' statement also noted that the local representative in the JIT, former solicitor general 3 Mohamed Hanafiah Zakaria, had previously indicated that Malaysia supported the team's findings.

"We would also like to place on record our sincere gratitude and appreciation for their effort thus far," the statement read.

Read more: malaysiakini.com

Just congratulate him a belated 🎂 like every single subordinate & even NajibRazak for reasons best known to themselves. He doesn't have much time left as the clock is ticking as long as someone higher is prepared to judge him in the next life. Must be a traumatic choice 2 delay

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