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July 08, 2022, 03:54:25 PM
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                     Reply #59
.......it was a message, who was the recipient?
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Question : who was the recipient?

Answer :
Khrushchev's government and its members in general, and Khrushchev himself in particular.

Dyatlov's group was considered by the Vizhay Stalinists as propangandists in the service of Khrushchev's politics because it carried a trade union voucher, in which hit addressed the leaders of Soviet, party and public organizations, "to render all possible assistance" in providing the Dyatlov group of hikers campaign XXI Congress of the CPSU.
Unlike Blinov's group


Question : Can you imagine a small and local criminal group sending such a message .............. It would be suicidal.

Answer :
This was an attack of a terrorist nature.
 Indeed, it may have been suicidal: when the Kouachi brothers destroyed the anti-Islamic propaganda centre that was the editorial staff of Charlie Hebdo on 7 January 2015, they had little chance of escaping alive in the face of thousands of (gun-toting) police.



Question : Or the message was sent as a challenge, but from a group well aware of its own strength, able to survive the reply, and therefore not local and not small.

Answer :
This is also possible. Yes, as a challenge, a provocation.

The purge of the NKVD by the KGB was difficult and incomplete. All the powerful chiefs of the Gulag camps in the distant Siberian oblasts constituted a force that was neither local nor small. Moreover, all these well-organised notables of Stalin's time were united by a justified fear of losing their privileges and even of being sentenced to death.

I had in fact already answered this question.

Semyon Zolotaryov / Re: Could Zolotaryov be a saboteur?   Reply #14
https://forum.dyatlovpass.com/index.php?topic=734.msg16656#msg16656
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It was some of the mighty chiefs of the NKVD in charge of some of the camps of the Gulag linked probably to the Ivdellag.                       ;

Indeed the secret report of Khrushchev, of February 24, 1956, (which is very long and repetitive, but almost amusing to read), clearly implied the destruction of the NKVD (and therefore the liquidation of some officers guilty of atrocities) thanks to the efforts of the agents of the KGB (13 March 1954-6 November 1991), which was partly achieved until October 14, 1964 : "when the Presidium and the Central Committee each voted to accept Khrushchev's "voluntary" request to retire from his office...."

These officers (or already ex-officers) of the NKVD feared, with good reason (because like Josef Stalin, they had become typical psychopaths) of being judged and justly condemned to death as had been their most famous and excellent colleagues sentenced to death during the the Khrushchev Thaw period (1953-1964), for instance:
                    Bogdan Koboulov (1904-1953)
                    Lavrenti Beria(1899-1953)
                    Mikhaïl Ryoumine(1913-1954)
                    Viktor Abakoumov(1908-1954)
                    Vsevolod Merkoulov(1895-1954)
                    Amaïak Koboulov (1906-1955)
                    Boris Rodos(1905-1956)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boris_Rodos
« Rodos was sentenced to death on February 26, one day after the Secret Speech. »


Question :... we are also the dumbest criminals ever.

Answer :
 Not as stupid as it sounds. For if the Stalinists and the opponents of the Thaw lost some battles, they finally managed to win the war by eliminating  Khrushchev on 14 October 1964 (albeit leaving him alive).
Jean Daniel Reuss

Rational guidance =

• There is nothing supernatural and mysterious about the injuries suffered by the Dyatlov group. They are all consistent with an attack by a group of professional killers who wanted to take the lives of the nine  [Per Inge Oestmoen].

• Now let us search for answers to: WHO ? WHY ? HOW ?

• The scenario must be consistent with the historical, political and psychological  contexts.

• The solution takes in consideration all known findings.
 

July 08, 2022, 04:04:33 PM
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It's not a message when someone removes the eye or tongue from a body, then leaves it out in a secluded place in the middle of nowhere. It may never be found or be found as a skeleton. When the message is lost.

Instead, it is only an act to relieve one's anger. If it happened at all. But there is of course no proof that it happened. These may be natural posthumous changes. Also, in the cold, when under the influence of hypothermia, there are stages of uncontrollable shivering when it might be possible to accidentally bite one's own tongue in half...



 

July 08, 2022, 05:57:11 PM
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Charles


                     Reply #59
.......it was a message, who was the recipient?
..............................................

Question : who was the recipient?

Answer :
Khrushchev's government and its members in general, and Khrushchev himself in particular.

Dyatlov's group was considered by the Vizhay Stalinists as propangandists in the service of Khrushchev's politics because it carried a trade union voucher, in which hit addressed the leaders of Soviet, party and public organizations, "to render all possible assistance" in providing the Dyatlov group of hikers campaign XXI Congress of the CPSU.
Unlike Blinov's group

Question : Can you imagine a small and local criminal group sending such a message .............. It would be suicidal.

Answer :
This was an attack of a terrorist nature.
 Indeed, it may have been suicidal: when the Kouachi brothers destroyed the anti-Islamic propaganda centre that was the editorial staff of Charlie Hebdo on 7 January 2015, they had little chance of escaping alive in the face of thousands of (gun-toting) police.

So a small criminal organization, a "proto-mafia" of Vizhay, also motivated with politics, sent a message to "Khrushchev's government and its members in general, and Khrushchev himself in particular", killing and butchering 9 students from UPI? And they were not all immediately slaughtered by the KGB? If you were right, there would be list of inhabitants of Vizhay who disappeared right after the event, and you could tell us their names. Khrushchev survived Stalin era, he had Beria killed (he was more a predatory animal than Beria himself), and threatened the US with nuclear missiles in Cuba... you think he was a soft man who would not immediately send the hardest and deadliest reply to such a  "message" ? Where is the list of the members of this Vizhay proto-mafia who all suddenly disappeared in 1959?

And this proto-mafia, which was quietly doing its own business in the remote Northern Urals, had the idea to challenge and threaten the government and drive the attention of Soviet power to itself ?

You concede it would have been suicidal, and give in example the fate of terrorists who face "thousands of (gun-toting) police". Khrushchev sent nuclear missiles in Cuba to threaten the US, but in Vizhay, to the waste and miserable remains of Stalin era threatening him personally, he just didn't send any harsh reply?

And it is all based on a voucher? But was Dyatlov's group the only one passing in the region having a voucher, or Blinov's the only group not having a voucher? You suppose that having a voucher was exceptional, but was it ? And if indeed it was rare, the group searched for geological samples in Northern 2 and Yudin took back a core, the locals could also have understood that the voucher was related to the sample, couldn't they? Why would they have interpreted the voucher in a political meaning rather that in the meaning of student gathering geological samples for their university?

And what about Dubinina's encounter in Vizhay whith a local mafioso, it triggered a political and terrorist action against Khrushchev and its government?

I am lost, dear Jean-Daniel, I can't follow you...




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July 08, 2022, 06:22:14 PM
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Jean-Daniel,

I had a look at your list:

Bogdan Kobulov: General, member of the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union, Head of the Main Economic Department of the NKVD/MGB, First Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs

Lavrentiy Beria: First Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers and head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs

Mikhail Ryumin: Head of the Department for Specially Important Cases of MVD

Viktor Abakumov: Head of SMERSH in the USSR People's Commissariat of Defense, Minister of State Security

Vsevolod Merkulov:  Head of NKGB

Amayak Kobulov: Chief of the Main Directorate of State Security Foreign Branch's rezidentura in Berlin,  NKVD chief in Uzbekistan, People's Commissar of Internal Affairs of Uzbekistan

Boris Rodos: Colonel of the NKVD and Ministry of State Security, deputy head of the Investigative Department of the Main Board of State Security and People's Commissariat of State Security


What do such prominent people have in common with a Vizhay proto-mafia triggered by a voucher and a student girl ?

« Last Edit: July 08, 2022, 06:29:13 PM by Charles »
 

July 09, 2022, 10:21:01 AM
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Jean Daniel Reuss


                     Reply #62
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I am lost, dear Jean-Daniel, I can't follow you...

Thank you, Charles, for your very useful and relevant input.

So a small criminal organization, a "proto-mafia" of Vizhay, also motivated with politics, sent a message to "Khrushchev's government and its members in general, and Khrushchev himself in particular", killing and butchered 9 students from UPI?

Yes, that is about it.

proto-mafia

French sovietologists seem to have got into the habit of using the word "mafia" directly and without particular precautions. Example: 
Anne-Gabrielle Castagnet
The Russian mafia differs from other mafias (Italian, Chinese, South American, etc.) in several ways. It is more a question of atypical management of the relational network than of the methodical setting up of an organisation. It is not a secret society, but rather a method of action and a complex relationship with power.

motivated with politics

They were especially frightened of destalinization which could deprive them of their privileges and even take their lives

killing and butchered 9 students from UPI?

Freezing to death 1 or 2 zeks from time to time was easy. 9 students from UPI, that was a serious matter. You could not push it too far...


And they were not all immediately slaughtered by the KGB?

••• They were discreetly eliminated by the KGB from 6 February 1959.

••• Well, maybe not all of them. The most important one or ones may have found an exoneration.

If you were right, there would be list of inhabitants of Vizhay who disappeared right after the event, and you could tell us their names.
Where is the list of the members of this Vizhay proto-mafia who all suddenly disappeared in 1959?


••• If we had this list, the DPI would not be an enigma.

••• Note that if I understand correctly it is in fact this list that some forum members, like sarapuk hope to have one day.


Khrushchev survived Stalin era, he had Beria killed (he was more a predatory animal than Beria himself), and threatened the US with nuclear missiles in Cuba... you think he was a soft man who would not immediately send the hardest and deadliest reply to such a  "message" ?

••• It is not possible to summarize the complexity of the Khrushchevian era (1953-1964) in 2 lines.
 
••• I do not think that Khrushchev was a soft man because for many Soviet leaders "the end justified the means".
However Khrushchev was not a psychopath like Stalin and from 1954 onwards, political manners became less bloody. Here is a passage from wikipedia on this point:

In 1956, in the end of the power struggle, Khruschev was reaffirmed in his position as First Secretary :
Aftermath

Malenkov, Molotov, Kaganovich and Shepilov – the only four names made public – were vilified in the press and deposed from their positions in party and government. They were given relatively unimportant positions:

    Molotov was sent as ambassador to Mongolia
    Malenkov became director of a hydroelectric plant in Kazakhstan
    Kaganovich became director of a small potash works in the Urals
    Shepilov became head of the Economics Institute of the local Academy of Sciences of Kyrgyzstan

In 1958, Premier Bulganin, the intended beneficiary of the anti-party group's move, was forced to retire and Khrushchev became Premier as well.

In 1961, in the wake of further de-Stalinisation, Molotov, Melenkov, Kaganovich, and Shepilov were expelled from the Communist Party altogether and all lived mostly quiet lives from then on. Shepilov was allowed to rejoin the party by Khrushchev's successor Leonid Brezhnev in 1976 but remained on the sidelines.

Khrushchev also deposed Defense Minister Zhukov in 1961. Zhukov had assisted Khrushchev against the anti-party group, but the two developed significant political differences in the following years. Khrushchev alleged Bonapartism as a justification for Zhukov's removal.

Khrushchev's treatment of his opponents, in that they were vilified and humiliated but not physically oppressed, marked a departure from earlier practice in Soviet politics (as last seen in 1953 during the purge of Lavrenti Beria) – a development that was followed during later power struggles, such as Khrushchev's own deposition by Brezhnev in 1964 and the failed coup against Mikhail Gorbachev in August 1991.

••• The future is unpredictable. Small cause, huge effects.  In history, this is an expression that sometimes turns out to be true.


And it is all based on a voucher?

Yes, at least in a large measure.

But was Dyatlov's group the only one passing in the region having a voucher, or Blinov's the only group not having a voucher?

••• I do not know, it is not very significant.

••• What is sure, however, is that the voucher of the Dyatlov group was displayed and was very useful in simplifying matters between the local police and Krivonischenko in Serov on 24 January.

And if indeed it was rare, the group searched for geological samples in Northern 2 and Yudin took back a core, the locals could also have understood that the voucher was related to the sample, couldn't they? Why would they have interpreted the voucher in a political meaning rather that in the meaning of student gathering geological samples for their university?

••• I did not understand this passage.

••• There is no connection between the Voucher's role and the perfectly normal and insignificant fact that Yuri Yudin brought back worthless mineral samples or drill cores from the North-2 dump.


And what about Dubinina's encounter in Vizhay whith a local mafioso, it triggered a political and terrorist action against Khrushchev and its government?

Yes, that is exactly it : it triggered................


Jean Daniel Reuss

Rational guidance =

• There is nothing supernatural and mysterious about the injuries suffered by the Dyatlov group. They are all consistent with an attack by a group of professional killers who wanted to take the lives of the nine  [Per Inge Oestmoen].

• Now let us search for answers to: WHO ? WHY ? HOW ?

• The scenario must be consistent with the historical, political and psychological  contexts.

• The solution takes in consideration all known findings.
 

July 09, 2022, 11:41:52 AM
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Dear Jean-Daniel,

So a small criminal organization, a "proto-mafia" of Vizhay, also motivated with politics, sent a message to "Khrushchev's government and its members in general, and Khrushchev himself in particular", killing and butchered 9 students from UPI?

Yes, that is about it.

It is neither reasonable, nor believable.

motivated with politics

They were especially frightened of destalinization which could deprive them of their privileges and even take their lives

It is pure speculation. No ground.

And they were not all immediately slaughtered by the KGB?

••• They were discreetly eliminated by the KGB from 6 February 1959.

If you have the date, you should also have the names.

And it is all based on a voucher?

Yes, at least in a large measure.

But was Dyatlov's group the only one passing in the region having a voucher, or Blinov's the only group not having a voucher?

••• I do not know, it is not very significant.

How can it be "not significant"? If all tourist groups had a voucher, why would Dyatlov's be the only group targeted? Why not to kill the previous groups who had a voucher, and the following ones? Of course it is significant. If you make the statement that the voucher threatened people in Vizhay, you have to prove that it was the first time they had ever seen a group with a voucher. Or else, many other groups were also killed previously?

And if indeed it was rare, the group searched for geological samples in Northern 2 and Yudin took back a core, the locals could also have understood that the voucher was related to the sample, couldn't they? Why would they have interpreted the voucher in a political meaning rather that in the meaning of student gathering geological samples for their university?

••• I did not understand this passage.

••• There is no connection between the Voucher's role and the perfectly normal and insignificant fact that Yuri Yudin brought back worthless mineral samples or drill cores from the North-2 dump.

You said that people were threatened by the voucher, that because of the voucher, these people believed the group was sent to spy or to investigate or to spread propaganda or whatever. Your statement is that these people interpreted the voucher as a threat. My point is that even if it was the first time they had ever seen a group with a voucher, these people could have make another interpretation: linking the voucher with the collecting of geological sample by the student from UPI. How can you determine an interpretation rather than another and made by people you don't know, you can't name ?

Your statement is based on the interpretation that unknown people would have made of the voucher you don't know if it was common or unique.

And what about Dubinina's encounter in Vizhay whith a local mafioso, it triggered a political and terrorist action against Khrushchev and its government?

Yes, that is exactly it : it triggered................

It is not realistic. Dubinina as a Russian Nancy Drew fighting the mafia and triggering a terrorist attack that was sending a message the government of the USSR... no.

What is grounded in your story ? Where is the foundation ? There is none. We can explore an hypothesis, whatever it is, push it to its limits, check if it can resist critics and cross-examination, but here, nothing is standing firm.

Do you realize you're asking to believe that the motive was a mix of Dubinina's wit and Krushchev's politics? That is to say that there was no motive actually ! Because such a mix just means the total absence of motive.

My personal opinion is that you mix to many different things, you are sewing a patchwork of parts of theories, removing one part with another, but you will never end changing parts.

« Last Edit: July 09, 2022, 07:28:53 PM by Charles »
 

July 09, 2022, 12:40:42 PM
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motivated with politics

They were especially frightened of destalinization which could deprive them of their privileges and even take their lives

You are making a circular argument here. They sent a message to Kruchshev because they were Stalinists. But how do we know they were Stalinists? Because they sent a message to Krushchev.

Is there any ground? Letters? Confessions? Recorded incidents? Anything? No.

It is very likely that people were not happy in Ivdelag area because of Krushchev and de-Stalinization. But how can you know who was? And to what extent? Where are the records? Where is the data? Dyatlov's Pass archive is available, thanks to Teddy, and it is huge: where is the data? The quotes?

A political motivation of a coup d'Etat is understandable, fierce political fights inside the Soviet government, we know they were raging, but a terrorist message sent to Krushchev from Vizhay? No way! From Tverskaya street and Roublevka, from Furkasovskiy lane, yes, why not, but from Vizhay, no.
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July 10, 2022, 06:53:59 AM
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                     Reply #66
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 A *** ... You are making a circular argument here...........
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 B *** ... A political motivation of a coup d'Etat ..........


 A *** I refute your objections of the circular argument with this small, very concise table, which you will easily understand since we are fellow citizens.
I apologise to the non-French speaking members of the forum who find this table unintelligible, but I will be able to give explanations later.

The Ivdellag guards were all NKVD or MVD functionaries, recruited during the Stalinist period (i.e. before 1953) since the Khrushchev regime no longer recruited guards but instead dismissed many of them.

B *** I have never invoked the idea of a coup d'état from Vishay, but that of a last gasp of agony of the Stalinist underground, which in 1957-58 was in full collapse.


°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°
                                     Compared Heads of State
France - General de Gaulle (1958-1969)    <----------->       USSR - Nikita Krushchev (1953-1964)
 
                           Action or reform undertaken causing turmoil
Decolonisation of Algeria                 <----------->           De-Stalinisation and Dismantling of the Gulag

             Part of national population concerned and mostly dissatisfied
French inhabitants of Algeria (Pied noir) <-----------> Gulag guards, i.e.  Stalinists fonctionnaries of the NKVD or MVD

                             Approximate number of discontented people
a little over a million                   <----------->                a little under a million
 
              Part of the national population not concerned and mostly indifferent
French living in metropolitan France      <----------->       Soviet living in big cities far from Gulag camps

                       Some famous political opponents executed or shot
Jean Bastien-Thiry: 11 March 1963    <----------->     Lavrentiy Beria:   26 June 1953 or 23 December 1953
                                                            Vsevolod Merkulov: 23 December 1953
                                                            Bogdan Kobulov:    23 December 1953
                                                            Mikhail Ryumin:    22 July 1954
                                                            Viktor Abakumov:   19 December 1954
                                                            Amayak Kobulov:    26 February 1955
                                                            Boris Rodos:       20 April 1956


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To sum up my position simply, I am among those who think that the best explanatory hypothesis is that the 9 hikers were murdered.
My suspicions are becoming clearer, not about the KGB, some Mansis or escaped prisoners (zeks), etc., but about guards, or ex-guards, of the Ivdellag camps and who were therefore functionaries of the NKVD or MVD.
Jean Daniel Reuss

Rational guidance =

• There is nothing supernatural and mysterious about the injuries suffered by the Dyatlov group. They are all consistent with an attack by a group of professional killers who wanted to take the lives of the nine  [Per Inge Oestmoen].

• Now let us search for answers to: WHO ? WHY ? HOW ?

• The scenario must be consistent with the historical, political and psychological  contexts.

• The solution takes in consideration all known findings.
 

July 10, 2022, 08:23:00 AM
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If you want to leave the circular argument, you have to bring a fact, a photo, a quote from Dyatlov's archive, any evidence that somebody in Vizhay declared himself as a Stalinist and a Krushchev hater. It is only possibilities you are talking about, and everything is possible. You don't bring the beginning of any material evidence relating the hikers to an hypothetical group of angry Stalinists. Here, instead of digging deeper into Vizhay, you walk away...




 

July 10, 2022, 01:37:32 PM
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And your analogy with Jean Bastien-Thiry contradicts your statement and add fuel to my critic because Jean Bastien-Thiry was a member of the French elite, he was a polytechnicien working in the military industry, not a dismissed prison guard living in a small remote village. When you write:

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Jean Bastien-Thiry: 11 March 1963    <----------->     Lavrentiy Beria:   26 June 1953 or 23 December 1953
                                                            Vsevolod Merkulov: 23 December 1953
                                                            Bogdan Kobulov:    23 December 1953
                                                            Mikhail Ryumin:    22 July 1954
                                                            Viktor Abakumov:   19 December 1954
                                                            Amayak Kobulov:    26 February 1955
                                                            Boris Rodos:       20 April 1956

you even consolidate my critic : "From Tverskaya street and Roublevka, from Furkasovskiy lane". Tversakaya is the equivalent of avenue Matignon, Roublevka of Neuilly-sur-Seine and Furkasovskiy lane of rue Cambacérès (back door of Ministry of Interior). The French school Ecole Polytechnique being the equivalent of Russian MGIMO.

You cannot keep together a terrorist action addressed to Krushchev and the small village of Vizhay: when you find an analogy, it is with a case where protagonists belong to the same elite, to the same upper-class close to political power... I didn't make this analogy with Bastien-Thiry, you did it by yourself, dear Jean-Daniel... ;-)
 

July 10, 2022, 02:09:21 PM
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The Ivdellag guards were all NKVD or MVD functionaries, recruited during the Stalinist period (i.e. before 1953) since the Khrushchev regime no longer recruited guards but instead dismissed many of them.

So who were these gulag officers living in Vizhay? I found two:

CHEGLAKOV Aleksey Semyonovich (Чеглаков Алексей Семенович) born in 1924 (Kursk region). In 1959 – the head of Vizhay camp department; lived in the settlement of Vizhay. He took part in the search as a guide of the Slobtsov group from Feb 23 to (approximately) Mar 3-4. In 1953 - Junior technical lieutenant of internal service, Assistant to the Chief of OVPK 9 forestry department; in 1959 - the head of the OVPK Vizhay camp department, then (according to his son Vladimir): a brigade leader in the prison camp; chief of supply department Burmantovo; in the early 70s he served with the rank of captain in the Ivdel region; finished service on Shipichnoye - the head of the prison camp, hold the rank of major.

HAKIMOV Zakiy Gasimovich (Хакимов Закий Гасимович) born in 1923, in 1959 - the head of the 8th (Vizhaysky) camp department N-240. Bashkir. 1953 - a member of the CPSU. In 1953 - junior lieutenant, operative of the 13th Branch of Ivdellag. In 1956 - a member of the Ivdel City Committee of the CPSU. In 1957-62 head of the 8th camp department. In February 1968 retired holding the rank of Major of Internal Troops and went to live outside the Ivdel region.

But they were not dismissed in 1953, their careers didn't suddenly stop under Krushchev !

And the people the hikers met during their journey were former inmates rater than former guards:

RYAZHNEV Georgy Ivanovich
Head of the 1st forest area of ​​the energy forestry plant;
Lived in the 41st quarter.
According to unconfirmed information: he was convicted while serving in the Far East. he served his term in Ivdellag, where he remained to live and work after his release.


REMPEL Ivan Dmitrievich (Ремпель Иван Дмитриевич) 1959 - a forester at the Vizhaysky forestry; lived in the village of Vizhay. Consulted Dyatlov on the route on Jan 25 (Testimony). In the 30s he lived with his family in the village of Arkadaksky district, Saratov region, worked as a teacher, salesman in a store. In 1937 he was convicted and stayed in the camps in Vizhay until the end of the war ; worked in the 2nd North and Vizhay camps. His wife and children were sent into exile to the Tyumen region when the war broke out. In 1946, Rempel brought them to Vizhay. They lived there until 1965.

VALYAKYAVICHUS (Uncle Slava)
Driver of the second forest area of the 8th lagging division
The conviction is judged in 1947 under art. 107 of the Criminal Code of the Lithuanian SSR for 10 years ITL, a conviction in 1953 verdict is canceled.


For these ones, we have records that they met with the hikers. Inmates, not guards...



 

July 12, 2022, 04:11:02 AM
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CHEGLAKOV - HAKIMOV --->
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But they were not dismissed in 1953, their careers didn't suddenly stop under Krushchev !

Therefore we can logically deduce that Cheglakov and Hakimov are not guilty of the massacre of the 9 hikers.


RYAZHNEV - REMPEL - VALYAKYAVICHUS --->
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For these ones, we have records that they met with the hikers. Inmates, not guards...

Rhyazhnev, Rempel, Valyakyavichus and all the residents of Settlement 41 (those who appear in the photographs as well as the more numerous ones who are not visible), are under house arrest.

In a more precise language, Rhyazhnev, Rempel, Valyakyavichus are persons who for precise (but complicated) juridical and legislative reasons have a legal status which in practical terms is equivalent to that of those commonly referred to under the general term of : under house arrest ("assignés à résidence", in French).

Is it necessary to add that the 5 persons mentioned above are not the only inhabitants of the relatively large region of Ivdel, Vizhay, Ivdellag and its adjoining areas (and therefore likely to be present at the Club or at the so-called hotel on 25 and 26 January 1959) ?
Jean Daniel Reuss

Rational guidance =

• There is nothing supernatural and mysterious about the injuries suffered by the Dyatlov group. They are all consistent with an attack by a group of professional killers who wanted to take the lives of the nine  [Per Inge Oestmoen].

• Now let us search for answers to: WHO ? WHY ? HOW ?

• The scenario must be consistent with the historical, political and psychological  contexts.

• The solution takes in consideration all known findings.
 

July 12, 2022, 08:53:50 PM
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                          Reply #70
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CHEGLAKOV - HAKIMOV --->
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But they were not dismissed in 1953, their careers didn't suddenly stop under Krushchev !

Therefore we can logically deduce that Cheglakov and Hakimov are not guilty of the massacre of the 9 hikers.

The point is that in the long list of the the people involved in the case, they are the only two gulag guards living in Vizhay. We don't care if they were guilty or not: they are the only two gulag guards living in Vizhay having met with the hikers and they were not dismissed after 1953. This is the available data.


RYAZHNEV - REMPEL - VALYAKYAVICHUS --->
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For these ones, we have records that they met with the hikers. Inmates, not guards...

Rhyazhnev, Rempel, Valyakyavichus and all the residents of Settlement 41 (those who appear in the photographs as well as the more numerous ones who are not visible), are under house arrest.

In a more precise language, Rhyazhnev, Rempel, Valyakyavichus are persons who for precise (but complicated) juridical and legislative reasons have a legal status which in practical terms is equivalent to that of those commonly referred to under the general term of : under house arrest ("assignés à résidence", in French).

Is it necessary to add that the 5 persons mentioned above are not the only inhabitants of the relatively large region of Ivdel, Vizhay, Ivdellag and its adjoining areas (and therefore likely to be present at the Club or at the so-called hotel on 25 and 26 January 1959) ?

How can you write "are under house arrest"? How do you know? Many former inmates never came back to their previous lives, just because these lives existed no more. They stayed in the same region, for years, aging, till death. And even if some were under house arrest, what's the point? I named them because they met with the hikers, because this is the available data, and they came from camps, but not as guards, as inmates.

According to the available data, there were former gulag guards named in the case, but they were not dismissed after 1953 and they didn't meet with the hikers, and there were people from the gulag who met with the hikers, but they were not guards, they were former inmates. The available data contradicts your theory, you can add speculation about house arrest and guilt, it does change the fact that the data contradicts your theory.

The list of people involved in the case is precious and quite long, please find the former guards living in Vizhay who met with the hikers: https://dyatlovpass.com/whois ...


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July 18, 2022, 02:58:13 PM
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                     Reply #61
• It's not a message when someone removes the eye or tongue from a body,
• then leaves it out in a secluded place in the middle of nowhere. It may never be found or be found as a skeleton. When the message is lost.
• Instead, it is only an act to relieve one's anger.
• If it happened at all.
• But there is of course no proof that it happened. These may be natural posthumous changes.
• Also, in the cold, when under the influence of hypothermia, there are stages of uncontrollable shivering when it might be possible to accidentally bite one's own tongue in half...

Eventual general objection

It's not a message when someone removes the eye or tongue from a body,

Answer from Sabine Lechtenfeld, forensic psychologist from Hannover, Germany :

...the deliberate removal of the tongue and eyes are a very typical and widely reckognized  message that the victim may have seen too much and was suspected to have talked about it. It also could be a symbol that the victim will never again be able to talk.



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Objection raised from Manti :

It's not a message when someone removes the eye or tongue from a body,
then leaves it out in a secluded place in the middle of nowhere. It may never be found or be found as a skeleton. When the message is lost.


My answer :
1 ••••
In 1959, Krushchev's government could not logically remain inactive in the face of such a clear and obvious provocation from its opposition movements

The slopes of Kholat Syakhl and the surrounding taiga were, of course, an uninhabited area, but it was not the South Pole....

On the contrary, we learn here that this whole area could often be traversed by a crowd of people practicing various professional or leisure activities.

(Mansi hunters, loggers, foresters, geologists, mineral prospectors regularly blowing up 5 kg mines, gold miners perhaps engaging in illegal trafficking, Russian hunters on holiday....etc.)

In addition, the Soviet authorities had secured the collaboration of some Mansi who were able (through training started in childhood) to interpret tiny clues detected in the wilderness: even old tracks in the snow, broken twigs, animal behaviour, bark...etc.

2 ••••
In fact, the Soviet authorities, with the KGB in the lead (which intervened effectively from 6 February), did not remain idle.

Two heavy (16-passenger) Mil Mi-4 helicopters and several observation and transport planes were deployed from Ivdel airfield

How many people participated in the search for the Dyatlov group?

Till the end of Feb were involved 46 men, mostly students.
After that were sent 5 more groups of students, each 5 to 10 ~ 45
Military railroad workers including the sappers (8+5) = 13
Ivdellag guards (military unit 6602) min of two interchanging groups = 20

All in total about 120 men.


3 ••••
What happened was that the first 5 corpses were discovered quickly after the discovery of the tent (and autopsied a few days later).
27 February: Doroshenko, Krivonischenko, Dyatlov and Kolmogorova.
5 March: Slobodin.

For the last four (in the ravine) it was necessary to wait until 5 May, when the snow had not yet completely melted.

In any case, the last 4 corpses would certainly have been found as soon as the snow had melted completely (the end of June, I believe, but I could be wrong).

The bodies could not be washed away by the streams, as dams had been built in good time. (i.e. before the 5th of May).




4 ••••
The message could hardly be lost.

But as well as to the Krushchev government the message was a warning to all the population of Ivdel and of the ivdellag area :

" See what could happen to those who do not respect our laws (which are not those of the Kremlin)."

The message could hardly be lost and it was not lost.




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Objection raised from Manti :

Instead, it is only an act to relieve one's anger.

My answer :
 
1 ••••
Specifically, the massacre lasted for several hours and was spread over more than a kilometre. Anger was the cause of the stabbings in the canvas of the tent and of the trampoline exercises on the rib cages of Dubinina and Zolotaryov.

2 ••••
But the removal of the eyes and tongue is evidence of premeditation and the willingness to impress.

Indeed, it was necessary to plan in advance an attacker with a minimum of training to carry out these mutilations properly.
It was also necessary to provide light instruments such as a small spoon with edges previously sharpened with a grinding wheel.


3 ••••
Another clue to the TOK theory (which is to understand the subtle nuance between the two English adjectives: "intelligent" and "wise") was mentioned by :

     RidgeWatcher  : Altercation..> Altercation.. on July 07, 2020, 02:02:20 PM    ---> Reply #37

« I do believe that Dubinina said to much and her diary entries revealed this knowledge, unconsciously, with her uncustomary angst and anxiety. She was young, strong and brave but opinionated at age 21.»

The intelligent man knows what to say or what should be said.
The wise person knows whether he or she should say it or not.

Dubinina was an intelligent (and brave) girl but clearly not a wise person. I generally like to add fuel to the fire,

Zolotaryov being the most experienced and the oldest of the Ten was probably the wisest.
Thus Zolotaryov could intuitively sense the pycholgic stress in Vizhay on 25 and 26 January.
While the other 8 hickers (there was still Yuri Yudin) felt and understood absolutely nothing.

So the only two hikers (Dubinina and Zolotaryov) who could have spoken unconsciously recklesssly in Vizhay,, on 25 and 26 January, were the very ones whose bodies were found mutilated on 5 May.
This is a disturbing coincidence....

4 ••••
Another remark that goes in the same direction of premeditated mutilations
Kolgomorova       ---->    dark red abrasion on the upper eyelids
 
The attacker specialised (or in charge) of mutilations had at first confused Dubinina with Kolgomorova.

When he realised that Kolmogorova (who fell first ten minutes after leaving the tent according to TOK) was not Dubinina, he stopped treating Kolgomorova and only had the opportunity to mutilate Dubinina several hours later.



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Objection raised from Manti :

If it happened at all. But there is of course no proof that it happened.

My answer :

1 ••••
Aleks Kandr has devoted a whole page in Russian to this subject

http://mystery12home.ru/t-ub-gr-dyatlova-3

2 ••••
DU did not record any traces of vital activity of "small wild animals" either near the bodies or on the bodies of the tourists, including the soft tissue of the face,

3 ••••
The first 5 bodies were left under a shallow layer of snow for about a month and were left untouched by the small wild animals. (As well as by the wolverine, but that's another subject).

4 ••••
It is worth paying attention to another, no less "mysterious" circumstance, which inexplicably influenced the choice of these "small wild animals": concentrating his gastronomic preferences only on the bodies of L. Dubinina and A(C). Zolotareva, in terms of eating not so much their soft facial tissues, but on the food of the tongue and eyeballs. The fact is that it was these two tourists who recorded in the EMS acts the most serious fractures of their ribs, probably the cause of their immediate death.
Agreed, there is something strange about the behavioural characteristics of "small wild animals", deliberately eating clean organs (tongue and eyeballs) in only two of the nine tourists who had multiple rib fractures.




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Objection raised from Manti :

Also, in the cold, when under the influence of hypothermia, there are stages of uncontrollable shivering when it might be possible to accidentally bite one's own tongue in half...

My answer :

Generally speaking, injuries and bitings of the tongue for various causes are not very rare, but it is exceptional that they result in a complete section in 2 parts.

Moreover, contractions of the jaw could only split a human tongue in two in front of the incisors.
All the important part behind the incisors would have remained very visible.
 The autopsy report states that the tongue is missing and not  simply cut off in two parts.


Jean Daniel Reuss

Rational guidance =

• There is nothing supernatural and mysterious about the injuries suffered by the Dyatlov group. They are all consistent with an attack by a group of professional killers who wanted to take the lives of the nine  [Per Inge Oestmoen].

• Now let us search for answers to: WHO ? WHY ? HOW ?

• The scenario must be consistent with the historical, political and psychological  contexts.

• The solution takes in consideration all known findings.