Russian militant leader: evidence of MH17 shootdown shopped, he can tell by the pixels

Alexander Borodai, and the GIF that keeps on giving.

From the New York Times' ongoing coverage of downed Malaysian Airlines flight, shot down by a surface-to-air missile in Eastern Ukraine:

Speaking to the BBC this week, the Russian citizen appointed prime minister of the self-declared Donetsk People's Republic, Alexander Borodai, insisted that online images of an SA-11 system being transported through rebel-held territory on the day of the disaster were fake.

"You're talking about an information war here," Donetsk Borodai told the BBC correspondent Gabriel Gatehouse. "You yourself can see that these photographs are the fruits of … I don't want to say Photoshop, but maybe some kind of more advanced program."