Transcript for Putin Reacts to Criticism Over Downed Malaysia Plane
Outrage is growing over the handling of remains from flight seventeen. Family members demanding answers. -- -- a few pounds. I don't know I I want my children and send them home. -- -- After days slipped amid the debris many of the bodies were finally recovered to date nearly 200 of them were moved to these refrigerated rail cars near the crash site. But the pro Russian rebels who control the area have ignored tries to send the remains back by -- to -- the bonds back to the top rebel leader told ABC news today. They won't turn them over until international experts come here to examine them the problem is those experts remain in Kia. Still no plans for them to travel and the longer they wait the longer this that -- investigation into the crime scene either. All of that evidence on examined drunken separatists. Are stacking bodies into the back of trucks. Removing materials from the site today -- US presented its most detailed evidence yet that the rebels who guard the wreckage are the ones who shot it down there's -- stacking up of evidence here which Russia -- needs to help account for. Early Monday morning Moscow time Russian president Vladimir Putin responded to the ball of criticism directed at him. Putin saying in a statement that quote everything must be done to ensure the safety of international experts at the scene of the crash site. Yet he didn't go as far as many wanted no call for the bodies river -- nothing on preserving the crime scene. -- -- yet ABC news Donetsk Ukraine.
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