The US-based Flight Safety Foundation said investigators’ conclusion about the missile that brought down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 may make this the rare airline crash that calls for a criminal prosecution. The Dutch-led Joint Investigation Team (JIT) released evidence Sept. 28 that MH17, a Boeing 777-200 with 298 people on board, was shot down over Ukraine by a missile brought from Russia and fired by pro-Russian fighters. Flight Safety Foundation president and CEO Jon Beatty ...

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