Doesn't that kind of imply that the whole scene was staged?
That would include the footprints, the fire, Krivonischenko's burned hand, cut fir trees, the cedar tree being climbed, clothing being cut and transferred, the placement of bodies in three different groups, and other details like flashlights and the camera. If you're going to stage an accident, are you really leaving or placing a camera around Zolotoryov's neck in the ravine? Are you burning someone's hand and cutting away clothing? Why even bother with a fire and placing the bodies in three locations?
That's a lot of staging. There needs to be strong evidence supporting this. More than disagreement about injuries and lights in the sky.