Here’s something verifiable and very strange for people looking for more in regards to anomalies related to the shoot down of Malaysia airlines flight MH-17.  This is a Daily Mail article that came out on the 18th of July that quotes a Dr Igor Sutyagin.  Here’s the excerpt and quote in question: Dr Igor Sutyagin, Research Fellow in Russian Studies from the Royal United Services Institute, believes that MH17 was shot down by rebels based in the 3rd District of Torez, in eastern Ukraine, after mistaking his plane for a government military transport aircraft.

He told MailOnline that information had been leaked from a source he was unwilling to name that the pilot of MH17 ‘felt bad’ about his course over Ukrainian airspace, so changed direction.
Little did he know, according to Dr Sutyagin, that his plane would then be mistaken by rebels who brought it down using a ground-to-air Buk missile system. Malaysia Airlines today denied that the plane was told to alter its course.

Dr Sutyagin said: ‘There is a Ukrainian mechanised brigade blocked by separatists near the Russian border. ‘It’s blocked on three sides by separatists and behind the brigade is the Russian border, so they can’t get out. The Ukrainians try to resupply them from the air by transport aircraft.

‘Now, the pilot of MH17 said that he “felt bad” and wanted to change course south to get out of the danger zone. But several kilometers to the south is a Ukrainian Army heavy transport plane, an IL76, or Candid, which has the same echo as a 777 on a radar screen.

‘The two planes came close. They tried to shoot down the transport delivering supplies to the brigade. They believed that they had been firing at a military plane, but they mistakenly shoot down a civilian airliner.’

Now the first natural question to ask would be “how does Dr. Igor Sutyagin know that the pilots felt bad?” Did he have any contact with them or with someone who did? The Daily Mail specifically quotes him as knowing how the pilots ‘felt’. The US and EU media are saying there were no last words of contact or anything out of the ordinary with MH-17. Yet Dr. Sutyagin says the pilots felt bad. He also specifically states there was a Ukrainian transport plane in close proximity… yet the Ukrainian Interior Ministry have said they had no other planes airborne at that time. Someone is obviously not telling the truth. I believe this Dr. Sutyagin may have been trying to provide a false alibi for the planes recognized on the Russian radar presentation. Now here’s the clincher. Guess who this Igor Sutyagin works for? Here’s the links:
Royal United Services Institute
for Defence and Security Studies
Whitehall, London, SW1A 2ET, Great Britain
T: +44 (0)20 7747 2600

And here’s what that RUSI page reads:  Igor worked at the Institute of US and Canadian Studies for 12 years at the Political-Military Studies Department where he held the position of the Head of Section, the US military-technical and military-economy policy.

And here’s his Wiki page, it’s a very interesting read:  He was a spy who the Russian government imprisoned for espionage. He was then traded to the US in exchange for 10 Russian spies who had been captured. (10 for 1.) He must be a pretty valuable asset if the US gave up 10 spies for him. Since then he has worked for the US and UK governments on issue related to foreign policy and Russia. Obviously his giving info in regards to MH-17 calls for further serious questioning.

To sum up we have a former Russian who became a spy for the US, who got caught and imprisoned by the Russian government and sentenced to 15 years, who was then swapped for 10 Russian spies and is now working for Whitehall and the US Defense Intelligence Agency ….giving information about the last moments of MH-17 which contradict the official story and leave one to ask “how did he know how the pilots of MH-17 felt?” This is a bombshell and it needs to be explored further.