British broadcaster Sky News apologised after one of its presenters searched through luggage at the crash site of downed flight MH17 live on air on Sunday. In a news broadcast, presenter Colin Brazier was shown rooting through personal belongings in an opened suitcase at the site, picking up a set of keys before saying: "We shouldn't really be doing this." BBC presenter Jacqui Oatley tweeted that she was "astonished" while Joe Watson, a professor of Mass Media at Baker University described it as a "horrible moment for journalism". "Today whilst presenting from the site of the MH17 air crash Colin Brazier reflected on the human tragedy of the event and showed audiences the content of one of the victims' bags," a Sky News spokesperson said.
Hundreds of protesters have gathered outside the BBC Broadcasting House in Belfast, expressing their concerns over what they see as "biased" reporting by the BBC on the current Israeli military offensive in Gaza.
There were a series of questions asked throughout the presentation - nothing was "concluded" - which is in direct contrast to the West which has shown the world nothing in terms of evidence, but has drawn many inflammatory, politically-motivated conclusions.
Russia has shown a great deal of evidence directly contradicting the West's baseless claims. Now it's time for the Pentagon to show the world their pictures and data along with their explanations.