First reactions to initial MH17 report
With early theories on the culprits behind the crash already compiling sufficient evidence to lay the blame squarely on Russia, tweeters are disappointed that the report makes no effort to lay some evidence towards a guilty party.
MH17 report . No surprises. But clearly the crew knew nothing of impending disaster pic.twitter.com/ME94fvBjtr— Phil Williams (@PhilWilliamsABC) September 9, 2014
Long story short, #MH17 was gunned down. But it's too early to put the blame on Putin.— A.S (@am_suhaimi) September 9, 2014
One Russian official, former Kremlin and government advisor Alexander Kekrassov, posted a tweet that makes it clear that he thinks the report is ridiculous, and out to make Russia look bad.
#MH17 - no mention of BUK - no mention of 2 Ukraine jets. We have to wait for a year for answers. OUTRAGEOUS— Robyn Townsend (@robylla) September 9, 2014
The Dutch Safety Board's report on the #MH17 is like something from the sequel to the film Aeroplane. Makes no sense.— Alexander Nekrassov (@StirringTrouble) September 9, 2014