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28 luty 2021 - 23:27
February 28 - conspiracy or negligence
The date on the cover of the official Case file is 6 February 1959.
How’s this possible if Dyatlov group was not even due back by that time?
The conspiracy advocates point this as a clear evidence that the investigation started before the official discovery of the first dead bodies.
Even though the physical criminal case file was recovered, having suffered from age and frequent use, the initial date of 6 February 1959 was copied without correction on the front cover - documents are shown in the middle and right of the header image.
To the left of the header image you can see a witness testimony of Vasily Popov, the head of communications at Vizhai timber department, conducted by the local police chief on 6 February 1959.
There we have the same date, 3 weeks before the first dead bodies were found.
The conspiracy theory thickens - investigator Korotaev was secretly asked to conduct an unofficial investigation before the official one was launched.
To make matters worse (for the common sense) Tempalov’s decision to open a prosecution case dated 26 February is based on the discovery of the frozen bodies of Krivonischenko, Kolmogorova, Dyatlov and others.
These bodies were found next day - 27 February 1959.
Prosecutor Tempalov decision to open a case.
February 26, 1959 Attorney Ivdel Tempalov reviewing data about the discovery of the bodies of students, tourists at Peak 1079
Taking into account that at Peak 1079 the frozen bodies of Krivonischenko, Kolmogorova Z, Dyatlov, and others - students, hikers from Sverdlovsk Polytechnic Institute, and taking into account that this fact requires a preliminary investigation to identify the causes of death of such persons,
In accordance with Art. Art. 96 and 110, CPC (typewritten insert - approx comp.)
R U L I N G:
To open a case to prosecute
Start criminal prosecution
the death of the hikers from Sverdlovsk Polytechnic Institute and proceed with an investigation.
Proсecutоr city of Ivdel,
Junior prosecutor Tempalov (signature).
Evgeny Vadimovich Buyanov
Evgeny Vadimovich Buyanov, writer-publicist, Master of Sports on mountain tourism, author of "Mystery of the Dyatlov group death" (2011) - ambassador of the avalanche theory, wrote to the Prosecutor’s office explaining that the obvious mistake in the date of Vasily Popov’s statement - 6 February was indeed 6 March, is carried on the cover of the Case file and it is a source of a lot of nonsense talk about a major cover up, that the officials knew about the accident before the actual discoveries of the bodies.
In his letter Byanov is asking to change:
– the date on the cover of the Case file from 6 February 1959 to 28 February 1959, as well as – the date of Vasily Popov’s testimony from 6 February 1959 to 6 March 1959.
Buyanov's letter to the State Archive of the Sverdlovsk Region (GASO), where the CA is stored
One of Buyanov’s arguments is that in the decision to grant extension to the case the date of opening is clearly typed as 28 February 1959.Decision to extend the investigation.
Decision to extend the investigation
The answer from the Prosecutor’s Office is that “his arguments about the date on the cover being wrong are noted and will be taken in consideration in future correspondence on the case”.
The answer to Buyanov's letter from the prosecutor's office of the Sverdlovsk region, located in Yekaterinburg
Another letter follows from State Archives of the Sverdlovsk Region stating that
“Any corrections and clarifications in the records of investigative actions, including the change in the date of a document, can be made only on the initiative of law enforcement officers who conducted the investigation in the criminal case or on the instructions of a supervisory authority.
Similar requirements apply to making changes to the records on the cover of the criminal case.
Employees of the archival service do not have such authority.”
Responce to Buyanov's letter from State Archives of the Sverdlovsk Region
Kolevatov’s eldest sister Rimma Sergeevna Kolevatova is really disappointment with the pace of the investigation.
On 26 February she sent a telegram to Nikita Khrushchev.
"Dear Nikita Sergeevich By the scheduled date on February 9, a group of tourists from the Polytechnic Institute of Sverdlovsk did not return from an expedition in the Northern Urals Search began late only after 10 days had passed Regional organizations have not yet taken effective measures We earnestly request your assistance in the urgent search for our children.
Every hour counts now"
Rimma Kolevatova's telegram to Nikita Khrushchev
The telegram was shown in Kremlin on February 27.
Rimma Kolevatova's in her testimony from April 14 clearly shows her knowledge that a telegram from the hikers sent from Vizhay was expected on February 12 with a notice about their arrival in Sverdlovks. Kolevatov's sister, in her despair, made up and earlier date of the group’s expected return date to make the facts more ominous.
This telegram may have escalated the search and rescue operation to the highest circles.
Special report dated February 28 addressed to the Minister of Internal Affairs of the USSR signed by the Minister of the Interior of the RSFSR is published below.
Special report signed by the Minister of the Interior of the RSFSR
"S P E C I A L R E P O R T
Re the death of the Ural Polytechnic Institute students - members of a hiking trek in Sverdlovsk region
During the winter break a group of students from the Ural Polytechnic Institute (Sverdlovsk), consisting of nine people, left for the Ivdel District of the Sverdlovsk Region to undertake a 300 km ski trip along the route north of Mt Ivdel – in the area of Mt Otorten.
On January 28 the group left from village Burmantovo 70 km north of Mt Ivdel with provisions to last till February 14.
On February 19, the Institute appealed to local party and Soviet authorities asking for help in finding the missing students.
To that point Department of Internal Affairs of Sverdlovsk Region didn’t know anything about the missing tourists.
Search groups including trained skiers-athletes from the Institute and workers from the Ivdel Correctional labor camp with search dogs were dropped by helicopters in the area of Mt Otorten.
On February 26 on the south face of the mountain rescuers found tents with skis, ice axe, cameras, blankets and provisions, and on February 27, 1 km from away - 4 corpses covered with snow.
The searches continue.
Participants are 46 athletes- skiers, airplanes and helicopters are dispatched to aid in the search.
Sverdlovsk Regional Committee of CPSU established a commission to oversee the organization of the search and investigation of the reasons for the deaths of the students.
Minister of the Interior of the RSFSR”
Testimony of Vasiliy Popov, Case files sheet 48
Regarding Popov's testimony dated 6.02 - the main reason for the confusion with the date on the cover of Dyatlov case (dating 6 of February - a week before Dyatlov group was even due back in Vizhay) the Prosecutor of Sverdlovsk Andrey Kuryakov in a press conference on 4 Feb 2019 in Yekaterinburg suggested that it could have come from another unrelated case, because there is no reference to Dyatlov case in the testimony.
This is setting a very bad precedent.
This means all the testimonies even if they refer to tourists if they don't directly mention the name of Dyatlov, they might be from a different case.
27 luty 2021 - 21:03
February 27 - the cedar and first bodies
The Head of the UPI sports club Maslennikov, Master of Sports and experienced hiker himself arrived at the tent and started to inspect it with great and meticulous care.
Before the arrival of prosecutor Tempalov, everything was "studied", "investigated" and rearranged into "its" place.
In addition, the students lifted the tent and pulled three pairs of skis out of the tent.
After that students continued their independent actions without the participation of the officials in this investigation.
After inspecting the tent, Atmanaki group went downwards, indicating to Slobtsov group the proposed place for the base rescue camp, and instructing them to go there and carry the equipment.
At about 11:00, at a distance of about 1.5 km from the tent, Sharavin and Koptelov found the first two bodies.
They were Yuri Doroshenko and Yuri Krivonischenko but at the time Doroshenko’s body was mistaken for Zolotoryov’s.
Colonel Ortykov reported in the radio message sent by the search team to Ivdel, “His face is completely covered with snow but we’re now of the opinion he is Doroshenko, not Zolotaryov.
They are both the biggest men in the group.”
Neither Sharavin nor Koptelov were questioned during the investigation.
Sharavin says that, by the time the investigation was conducted, he was in a hospital and therefore couldn’t testify; even more reason why there should have been a statement by Koptelov.
The statement in the criminal files is by Slobtsov:
“While looking carefully around the area, Mihail (Sharavin) noticed something dark close to a cedar tree.
There was a flat area next to the cedar, and on this were remains of a fire.
About two or three meters from the fire they found Yuri Doroshenko, frozen without his clothes and with his hand burned; and a little to the side they found Yuri Krivonischenko in the same state.
Under Doroshenko’s body were three or four cedar branches of about the same thickness.”
Krivonishenko and Doroshenko’s bodies partialy cleared from the snow.
Describing the condition of the bodies in the official record, Vasily Tempalov, the prosecutor in the criminal case, stated:
“Krivonischenko’s right leg has no footwear.
On his left foot there is a brown sock, torn.
Another sock like this was discovered half burnt next to the fire.
On the backs of his hands the skin is torn.
Between the fingers there is blood.
The index finger is also torn.
The skin of the left shin is torn and covered in blood.
There are no more visible injuries on his body.
Doroshenko has woolen socks on his feet, and over these socks another lighter sock.
His ear, lips and nose are covered in blood, and on his left hand, the middle finger is bloody.”
“Next to the bodies was a fire.
Nearby were more than ten small fir-tree branches, cut with a Finnish knife.
The lower dry branches, of about 5-cm diameter, had been cut from the cedar.
Some of these were lying next to the fire.
The snow around was trampled.”
“It’s possible to surmise that other people had since been by the fire.
We found various garments next to it rather than on the bodies, but we didn’t find any other bodies.
The trees near the fire had been cut with knives, but we found no knives with the bodies.”
“Doroshenko and Krivonischenko, maybe with the help of others, had made a pretty good fire with the branches of fir-trees.
But that fire had been alight for maybe an hour and a half (8-cm branches of cedar had burned through).”
“For about 20 meters around the cedar, there was evidence of young fir-trees being cut with a knife.
We saw around 20 such cut stumps.
But we didn’t see any of the cut branches left, except for one.
It isn’t possible to imagine they were used to maintain the fire.
First of all, they are not good for firewood.
Second, around them were quite a lot of dry twigs and debris.’
“The volume of work done here in making this number of cuts suggests there were more people here than only these two.’
“Several wool and cotton socks were scattered around the fire.
There was a woman’s handkerchief burned through in several places and some fragments of woolen clothes.
But we didn’t find the actual clothes themselves.
In particular, we found the cuff of a dark sweater there, not on the bodies.
Also, we found some money, eight rubles.”
The cedar tree had since become a focal point of Dyatlov Pass tragedy.
This place held many clues, some of them made sense, but most of them raise more questions than answers.
The testimonies of the individuals present at the scene are similar and they bear each other out.
“All the low branches of the cedar within arm’s reach were broken completely.
One was cut four or five meters high.
They were thick.
These types of branches are extremely difficult to break, even if, for instance, you hang on them with the whole weight of your body.”
“The lower dry branches of the cedar were broken up to two meters high.
Somebody climbed the tree, because the branches four or five meters high were also broken.”
“Most of the dry branches up to five meters were broken.
Beside this, the side of the tree facing the slope and the tent was completely cleared of branches.
These were not dry; they were young and were not used.
ome of them were just lying on the ground, and the others were hanging on the lower branches of the cedar.
It looked as if someone had created a viewing hide facing the site from where they came.”
The same day, at a distance of 1100 meters from the tent and 300 meters from the cedar, the body of Igor Dyatlov was found.
He was lying on his back, his head in the direction of the tent, with no hat, covered with snow, and with his arm leaning on a small birch sapling.
His dying pose can be described as dynamic, he was moving when he felt down.
Igor Dyatlov's body partialy cleared from the snow.
“Dyatlov was lying 300 m away from the cedar towards the tent, next to a birch [sapling] with his face up.
His left hand was kind of dragged to his face as if he had tried to protect himself from the wind.
He was dressed better than Doroshenko and Krivonischenko.
He had a fur vest, his collared shirt, underwear, ski trousers and other clothes.
But he had no hat, gloves, boots or shoes.
Also, he was without his padded jacket or windbreaker.
On his wrist was a watch which had stopped at 5:31.”
“The impression was that he tried to go up [the slope], judging by the way his body was situated; and next to his head was a cluster of small saplings in which he was probably stuck.
But if he had been heading down, then he would have had to go around them to get into the position where his body was discovered.”
“[Dyatlov’s] left elbow is leaning on a birch sapling, his head is clearly behind the birch and 5-7 cm from it.
There are no visible injuries on the body.
There is ice on the face and under the chin.”
“We’ve found the bodies of Dyatlov, Doroshenko, and Krivonischenko or Zolotaryov.
It is hard to say for sure because there are major injuries on their faces, hands and legs.
The prosecutor and Maslennikov are trying to identify them.”
Gennady Grygoryev (journalist)
“We came upon Mount 1079.
The weather was calm, and the mountain was as if it was frozen in ice.
The snow was compacted.
There were ice-covered rock craters all around.
The going was so slippery that, as I was carrying the camera and notebook, I almost broke my leg …
The corpses were frozen and broken like glass.
Finding the first corpses was devastating for the rescue teams, especially for the students.
They came to the site to save their friends, who they believed were only in trouble.
They were anxious to find them and bring help.
Initially, the students were very eager; they didn’t eat and worked up a sweat.
Then, once they realized their friends were dead, the tension let up.
Silence fell all around.”
“On completely open, flat snow, swept by wind and snow, Akselrod’s dog became interested in something.
We dug a little, and under ten centimeters of snow we found an elbow.
The general location of the body was beneath 50cm of snow.
The head was pointing in the direction of the tent, and the whole position was typical for a person trying to walk or crawl uphill.
The team recognized Kolmogorova.”
“There are no trees for seventy meters.
The body lies, like the previous bodies, face to the ground on its right side.
The arms are bent under the body.
Both legs are half bent, and the right is tucked up into her stomach.
This gives the impression she was climbing.
Her face is covered in blood.
In the small of her back there’s blood.
It can be conjectured that she didn’t try to crawl forward, but was trying to maintain her position.
There appeared to be no injuries on her body with the exception of some grazes on her face.
She probably got these from falling down on the stony ridges.”
The body of Zina Kolmogorova was found by a rescue dog Alma (Альма) under 50 cm of snow.
“We found Kolmogorova with her head fractured – please call for weather information from the 30th of January to the 2nd of February, because the place and the pose of the bodies suggests a massive wind storm.
The prosecutor called for medical experts to see the bodies.
The strongest core of the group has been located, which means we must look for the others under the snow.
We’ve found Dyatlov’s document bag.”
In the following days, the search team began checks of the hollow, sweeping the 1500 meters between the cedar and the tent – 350 meters wide at the top near the tent and narrowing to 200 meters wide towards the cedar.
The whole brigade performed a methodical search, walking abreast, each forcing probes into the snow at one-meter intervals.
In addition to the probes, the area was covered by a thorough free search.
Another search was conducted four to five kilometers along the Lozva river.
The search produced nothing.
No other footprints or animal tracks were found.
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