Joint Investigation Team on the downing of flight MH17 used doctored footage of a Buk missile being transported on a white truck in order to show that the missile came from Russia, said Nikolai Parshin, chief of the Russian Defense Ministry Main Rocket and Artillery Directorate.
On the video provided by JIT, the images of the truck and “Buk” are collated on the image of a street section. We see that “the right section on the truck’s surface is painted white, while the whole car is in the shadow”, said Parshin.
Also, according to the Russian Defense Ministry, the truck carring Buk missile is moving in the wrong direction in the JIT video.
Bellingcat says Russian defense officials have misinterpreted shadows and objects in an attempt to show there was a problem with lighting in videos produced by the Joint Investigation Team.
The Russian side uses images to claim the white part of the cabin of the truck, which, according to the JIT's conclusions, transported a Buk missile system from Russia to Russian-occupied Donbas, shouldn't be visible in shadows. The Buk was used by Russian-led forced to shoot down a Malaysia Airlines Boeing. "…We see the white part of the top of the cabin turns black when it enters the shadow, but the top right part doesn't. But this is based on the idea the top of the truck that goes dark is white, but it's not. It's a dark band that's reflecting sunlight making it look white in the low quality footage, and without the reflecting light, it's much darker," Eliot Higgins, founder of Bellingcat explains. Read more on Unian: https://www.unian.info/world/10264413-bellingcat-founder-russians-misinterpret-shadows-and-objects-in-jit-s-mh17-related-videos.html
Regarding the wrong direction of the truck, Higgins notes that the Russian MoD is correct in saying it's moving in the wrong direction in the JIT animation, but this does not serve as evidence that
one of the photographs is fake, as the location the photograph was actually taken is different. "The camera was facing south, and the Buk is pointing east, which means it's actually travelling in the correct direction, just the JIT animation was wrong. The Russian MoD uses this to falsely claim the photo is fake".
Further debunk by The Insider.