Malaysia Air Wreckage in Nearby Field Left Unguarded

ABC News' Kirit Radia describes what he discovered at a secondary wreckage site.
0:49 | 07/22/14

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This -- field is a couple miles away from the main crash site and we came here because somebody told us they were pieces of the plane that might have some evidence of who shot it down and how. And what we found was a field completely littered with debris and completely unguarded we are the only people here. But we did find one piece that was really interesting it was unlike any the other pieces here it was burned around the edges and had holes punched in it like from some kind of explosion. That raises a lot of questions but their questions that we can't answer. Only a professional investigator could say for sure what it means and for now those investigators still aren't here. And all of this evidence is unprotected.

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