The "Manager" stated that he had received large sums of money from Russia as compensation for what he published in his Twitter various records under the nickname spainbuca.
"Spanish Manager", which is massively quoted by Russian media on the theme "Ukrainian trace" in the plane crash of flight MH17, said that he had received from Russia 48 thousand dollars. This is stated in a joint investigation Radio Liberty and a group of Romanian journalists RISE Project, published on Wednesday, March 14.
According to journalists, the author of the tweet about the crash and the hero of the story RT is josé Carlos Barrios sánchez, previously convicted in Spain and arrested in Romania on charges of fraud.
According to him, he received large sums of money from Russia as compensation for what he published in his Twitter various records under the nickname spainbuca. The man said that the money from RT he allegedly received before an interview, published in may 2014. In this story he was named "Manager Carlos", who worked in the airport Boryspil and had received threats for his anti-Ukrainian position. As for proof of receiving the money, the man did not submit.
Sanchez also said that had never been on the territory of Ukraine and worked as an air traffic controller, although social networks were pointed out as his place of employment two international aviation holding.
By the way, "Spanish Manager" who allegedly worked at the Kiev airport Borispol, under the pseudonym spainbuca in Twitter published the following record: "Military aircraft flew close to 777 three minutes before it disappeared from radar, only three minutes." Your account has been blocked. In a press-service of the state-owned UkSATSE said that the Manager with such name in Ukraine.
We will remind, earlier the President of Russia in the framework of their conversations with American Director Oliver stone said that for the accident flight MH17 in Ukraine could see the Manager "of Spanish origin", who allegedly had seen a number of combat aircraft.
Malaysian plane, EN route flight MH17 crashed on 17 July 2014 after he was shot down allegedly by a missile "earth-air". All 298 people on Board were killed.
Since two-thirds of the victims were Dutch, the investigation of the crash was entrusted to Holland. The government of Ukraine and the West believe that the plane was Pro-Russian separatists shot down, however, Moscow believes that the responsibility for the deaths of the ship lies on Kiev.
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