Could Flight MH17 Have Been Shot Down?

August 1, 2014 – Daniel McAdams, executive director of the Ron Paul Institute, discusses how the people are finally coming to realize how correct former Congressman Ron Paul was in predicting so many of the issues of today—from the financial bubble bursting in 2008 to blow back coming from our intervention in the Middle East—and what a great president he would have made.

McAdams, who served as Dr. Paul’s foreign affairs and defense advisor for many years, delves[spn-media-asset pos=2 align=right] into why it appears that the Ukrainian government in Kiev may have intentionally shot down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 on July 17. He explains:

“So many things keep hitting me in the head to cause me to have doubts about this. What’s interesting is that the first OSCE inspector to reach the site is a Ukrainian Canadian, Michael Bociurkiw, and he did an amazing interview on Canadian television, CBC, where they said, ‘What were the first things you saw when you arrived?’ and he said there were two or three pieces of fuselage that were pockmarked. He said it almost looks like machine gun fire, very strong machine gun fire. And then the interviewer asked, ‘Well did you find any example of any missiles?’ and he said no.'”

Do you believe the Ukrainian government could be behind a false flag attack in shooting down flight MH17? What sources have you found that support or discredit this idea? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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