Intriguing evidence came out recently when authorities in Germany and Switzerland performed several raids in pursuit of a lead on who may have downed the infamous Malaysian Airlines flight MH17. The airline disaster is a mystery that has remained unsolved, and I believe that it will stay that way for awhile yet. While the authorities may have collected some evidence, more is needed in order to truly solve the case and implicate whoever is responsible.
No, the German detective only received information about the crash after the fact from a source saying that it was pro-Russian forces that were responsible. This detective had no connection with the disaster and is not to blame. Just because he is eligible for a reward for this information does not mean that there is any reason to blame the detective.
No, the German private detective to blame for the Malaysian Airlines disaster. My belief is that while I feel that the German detective decided to capitalise off the situation by providing information that would get him a hefty payout, the detective was not to blame for the disaster. I believe that it was, in fact, related more to the area and the people of the crash site more than it is the detective.
No, a German detective is not to blame for the Malaysian Airlines disaster. The detective, Josef Resch, was hired by a third party to investigate the details surrounding the Malaysian Airlines plane crash. The person who hired Mr. Resch has not been identified by the media. The person who hired him offered a reward for anyone having details on what happened to the plane. The German detective is not responsible for the disaster since he was simply hired to do a job.