As a Frenchman, I am perhaps more aware than in other countries of the importance and the spectacular effectiveness
I therefore believe that the DPI is an attack of a terrorist nature reflecting the internal conflicts in the USSR between Stalinist conservatives and Khrushchevian "reformers" during the thaw period (1953-1964).
My ideas are gradually becoming clearer and you can get an idea of them by reading my recent posts. https://forum.dyatlovpass.com/index.php?action=profile;area=showposts;u=613
In my current senario (hypothesis N°3) the commando of the 3 attackers (a trinomial of mercenary killers) who had received on their faces the vigorous punches sent by Kolmogorova, Slobodin, Dyatlov (and perhaps also to a lesser extent by Doroshenko and Krivonischenko) were back in the Vizhay region as early as February 3, 1959.
As the attackers had the reputation of being brutal and not very recommendable characters, they were immediately reported to the authorities as presenting strange bruises on their faces.
Thus the three attackers were arrested on February 4 and "effectively interrogated" on February 5 by the KGB.
So on February 6, 1959 the KGB knew the essential
, i.e. that the 9 corpses of the hikers were lying on or near the slope of the Kholat Saykl.
The KGB investigators did not take the trouble, nor did they make the unnecessary expense,
of going to check on the spot full of cold snow, all they had to do was to wait comfortably in their heated premises for what was to follow as soon as something happened. (This happened as early as February 26 with the discovery of the tent).
Naturally the KGB left a trace of its activity on February 6 (in the form of a document bearing the date February 6, 1959), all the more so as the KGB wanted to make the public forget its improvidence and incompetence in not having been able to protect
nine members of the elite of Soviet youth.
I intend to clarify and develop all my arguments one day, but only in the appropriate topic=411, namely :
Theories Discussion > Altercation on the pass > Altercation on the pass https://forum.dyatlovpass.com/index.php?topic=411.30