Company Offers $30m For Truth on MH17
Thursday, 18 September 2014

German firm Wifka which specializes in insurance fraud has offered $30 million dollars to anyone who has information on the downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 on July 17th over Ukraine. In the tragedy, 298 passengers lost their lives, majority of them Europeans.

The firm was engaged by an anynomous client.

"After the terrible tragedy, all political parties in the country and abrod were apologizing to the victims' families and the public and they owe them an explanation, however no explanation is forthcoming - says Wifka on its website.

The Malaysian Airline flight departed from Amsterdam and was on its way to Kuala Lumpur, it was diverted by Kiev's tower control to fly over Eastern Ukraine where it was downed. It was confirmed the civilian airliner was downed, but by whom it is unknown.

Wifka is seeking the following information: Who downed MH17, who gave the order, who is directly responsible, who is interfering and hiding evidence, what happened to the soliders who fired on the civilian airliner, and the names of those responsible for sabotaging the investigation.


It's not just the $30 million that Wifka is offering. The German company is offering a new identity for the individual as well as a warning for the interested parties to be very careful should they wish to contact the firm and do not recommend any sort of contact via email or telephone. They advise to schedule a meeting via a third party, possibly an attorney.


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