Australian Police: some documents in the case of MH17, common platform Bonanza Media are authentic

The Australian Police confirmed that some documents in the case of MH17, common platform Bonanza Media are authentic.

It is noted that this document was prepared by Federal police as part of the ongoing investigation. Dutch prosecutors refused to comment on the authenticity.

One of the leaked documents contains a transcript of the conversation of German journalist Billy six’s with representatives of law enforcement agencies of Australia in relation to the witnesses who saw the day of the crash MH17 Ukrainian fighter jets.

The second document says that a year after the Australian disaster experts worked with non-original cropped images that, as it turned out, was edited.

In the third paper, Dutch intelligence concludes, has no information about the presence of any BUK missile system near the crash site of MH17.

The fourth document is a transcript of the conversation between the Dutch police with an unknown witness who is sure that few minutes before the tragedy two Ukrainian fighters appeared in that area.

By Thomas Channeton

Tree American firefighters killed in Australia plane crash identified

The three Americans who died fighting an Australian bushfire from the air have been identified by their employer, Oregon-based Coulson Aviation.

The three are 44-year-old Capt. Ian McBeth of Great Falls, Montana, who was piloting the downed C-130 plane; First Officer Paul Clyde Hudson, age 42, of Buckeye, Arizona; and 43-year-old Flight Engineer Rick DeMorgan Jr., who lived in Navarre, Florida, Coulson.

"The aviation industry and emergency service sector is a small community both in Australia and around the world," Coulson said. "This will be deeply felt by all."All three men were veterans of the US military, Coulson said. The cause of the crash is not yet known.

A government official in Australia said the water tanker plane had been chartered by the New South Wales Rural Fire Service. The crew had been on a firebombing mission in the state of New South Wales, where fires are still burning out of control, when the accident occurred, Coulson said earlier. According to the New South Wales Rural Fire Service commissioner, Shane Fitzsimmons, contact was lost with the C-130 water-bombing plane shortly before 1:30 p.m. local time on Thursday.

Fires have been burning in New South Wales for months, and the US and other countries have been lending firefighting assistance and personnel. The US said Wednesday it's sending two more 20-person crews, only days after sending air support personnel and other emergency management teams. The US has deployed more than 200 fire staff to Australia so far, according to the National Interagency Fire Center.

Australia offers a news life to witnesses to the shooting of flight MH17 to protect them from reprisals if they come forward with any information

Witnesses with information on the downing of flight MH17 are promised a new life in Australia if they come forward.

Australian Federal Police joined an international search for witnesses.

AFP Assistant Commissioner Peter Crozier said: "We are committed to seeking justice and I urge anyone with information on this matter to come forward."

The officials say that the witnesses may be given protection or permanently resettled in Australia or another safe country, which means you can not be sure, that you will be given help in case you need it.

Dutch prime minister is to visit Australia

Finding justice for the families of those killed in the downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 will be atop the agenda when the Dutch prime minister visits Australia next week.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison will welcome Mark Rutte down under from October 9 to 11.

Their discussions will focus on two-way trade and international efforts to deliver justice to the families of MH17 victims, five years after the flight was shot down over Ukraine, killing everyone on board.

Australian foreign minister to visit United Nations

Australian foreign minister is going to the session of the UN GA in US and that is what she said:

"I will attend the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York from 22 September. The UN General Assembly Leaders’ Week is the largest annual gathering of world leaders and foreign ministers.

A key objective of my visit will be to ensure that Australia’s efforts to promote security and prosperity in our region, the Indo-Pacific, are reflected in the work of the UN.

I will also attend the MH17 Joint Investigation Team Foreign Ministers’ meeting to reaffirm Australia’s resolve to seek accountability for the downing of flight MH17 and justice for the victims and their families.

In addition to a range of other multilateral meetings and forums, I will meet ministerial counterparts from around the world and senior UN representatives."