July 24th, 2014
09:00 PM ET

Will families of MH17 crash victims ever get justice?

Coffins containing the remains of as many as 74 people who died on Flight 17 arrived in the Netherlands from Ukraine Thursday.

They follow the first 40 caskets, which were flown in yesterday and greeted by somber tributes across the country.

Lawmakers, courts and family members will attempt to seek justice for these victims.

Determining who brought down Malaysia Airlines flight 17 will not only be difficult, but important to seeking justice for the victims.

CNN's Deb Feyerick has the story.

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  1. James Devaney

    Shoot down looks to be a tragic error, similar to US Navy shoot down of Iranian airliner in 1987. Civilian planes should not be permitted to fly over active war zone. Other major airlines avoided area why not MH 17? Fuel cost savings?

    July 25, 2014 at 3:30 am | Reply

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