Malaysia Airlines Wreckage Could Provide Evidence

Investigators have started to comb through the damage to find clues on what exactly happened.
2:13 | 07/23/14

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Now to the latest on Malaysian airlines flight 17. The victims finally returning home this morning. Nearly a week after the plane was shot out of the sky and ABC's terry Moran has the very latest from the site where the plane went down. Good morning, terry. Reporter: Good morning, robin. This is a quiet crash scene today. No rebels, no investigators, just the wreckage and what many experts believe are still human remains scattered through these fields. There are teams of experts on their way here to see what they can still learn interest this crime scene after it's been looted and tampered with for several days. As you note at least now the victims are making their way home. Soldiers salute the victims of flight 17 finally receiving the dignity in death that they've been denied since the attack that killed them last Thursday. 16 bodies aboard the first plane bound for the Netherlands. The whole process will take at least three days. Today forensic scientists in the Netherlands will begin the grim task of identifying the bodies and looking for traces of the many passengers still unaccounted for. The investigation will point out which remains will fit to ich person. Reporter: Overnight senior U.S. Intelligence officials saying they have no direct evidence of Russian government involvement but they point to photographs of the wreckage as strong evidence a russian-made sa-11 missile fired from rebel-held territory brought down the plane. The sa-11 explodes before it hits its target sending out fans of hot shrapnel often leaving piercing marks like these found on debris from the plane. Meanwhile, Europe imposing new sanctions. This has gotten completely out of control. Reporter: But the U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine, Jeffrey Pyatt told us he's concerned they're still arming the rebels there. We are very concerned that Russia has not pulled back on the flow of heavy weapons, tanks, rocket launchers, other material which we have been seeing coming into eastern Ukraine for several weeks now. Reporter: We can also report that those blackboxes have been delivered to investigators in great Britain and they say no signs of damage on them. George. That's encouraging. Terry, thanks very much. There will be a day of mourning

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