Post Mortem photos
I had seen one too many photos of corpses, and decided that enough is enough so I moved the post mortem photos in a separate section. If somebody wants to saturate their psyche into graphic crime scene photos 18+, it should be their choice, and they should be warned. Right now post mortem really disturbing photos are poping up left and right when you search for Dyatlov Pass. It looks like it is all natural the remains of your daughter or son to be plastered all over the internet.
There is no such thing as "release" in the former Soviet Union. This is not your paparazzi Hollywood environment where everybody can sue everybody for anything. Here is one more deep crease in the the cultural texture that separates us from Russians. Maybe if Komsomolskaya Pravda decided to clean the web from post mortem photos they may do so, but they decide to put their money into what brings their rating higher, and publish more skulls and bones. How do you exactly imagine the families of the victims pay a lawyer to bring down the post mortem images down? This was an issue that the Communist Party was in charge of. After it crumbled down it left a void.
Do you notice that any development in the case comes from the press or foreign journalists rising money? You don't see the families of the victims do anything, do you? They are only used as a facade.