I do not write this kind of things at work - there I am busy with other things, and if my manager sees me writing this "dribble" it will be the last thing I get to write on that job. You can be assured at that.
If you deliver the quality work for your boss as you do here, I would fire you in a heartbeat, unless that is your job of course, disinformation.
For MH17 - international court of justice is yet to be established.
Prefered option by the Dutch government, but blocked by your Putin, so a no go.
And even courts of a country with the best court system are limited in their jurisdiction to just that country. If your country wants to get a Russian citizen penalized; your investigators will need to go to Russian court and prove their case there, according to Russian legislature. Same is true about Russia. There are international agreements between most EU countries and Russia on cooperation in law enforcement, so it's doable if your investigators have a case.
Jurisdiction was with the Ukraine government, the death of 298 innocent people occurred within their territory. Gracefully it was turned over to The Netherlands, so the Dutch have full jurisdiction. So no problem there.
Russian courts aren't independent from the Putin's government and the BUK came from Russian military stocks, so even it was an iron-tight case, that will be a no go, so no, it is not doable as you asserted. These people will probably be tried in absence.
Speaking of "not important" - what do you mean? People dedicate their life to perfecting their mastery for these Olympics, and "not that important"? Their reputation is also "not important"? That how do you draw the boundary between what's important and what's not important? Today sports is not important, tomorrow financial relationships are not important, and a bit later - individuals mentioned in some "reports" as being "not certain to be good" and can be sent to a gas chamber or into exile? In the world calling itself "democratic" court systems regularly handles large cases about reputation damage, and there is a lot of it here apparently.
What the fuck?! You go from a sporting event to gas chambers in one sentence?! I guess it is really true, Godwin's law is always followed...............
Speaking of "known to exist" - known to whom and how? And why in that case the results of the very first real court trial show just a tiny shadow of what they would have shown had such a scheme existed? Just don't push us "FSB" or "hole in the wall" stories.
For you the same: Russians feel they are entitled to something, the rest of the world doesn't.