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January 11, 2020, 01:57:38 PM
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I counted a minimum of 80 injuries between the hikers..  For years It never occurred to me to do this or I would of ejected the protective snow-wall collapse and avalanche theory years ago. No, this was human inflicted..Because the foot prints are side by side and not single file,  plus the two sets of prints that break away and return seems to imply, there were men with rifles escorting the group....However, the lack of footprints by others actually is visible in the injuries sustained on the tourists by the intruders. That being said ,intruders would never let anyone else build a fire, the burns on the group would fall under the torture category..In my humble opinion. Which would explain why some still  had matches with them.. Is there real evidence of skin on the tree or tree bark embedded in the arms.?   Lastly Of course if you are an intruder you would destroy the one thing that could save them, the tent.  Thanks for reading
 

January 12, 2020, 02:54:55 AM
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Nigel Evans


There's big problems with the murder theory (as with all the theories...).
E.g. the den floor was clearly constructed from young saplings in the area of the cedar and yet the four that were believed to be using it (subject to snow "flowing" downstream over three months) received the worst injuries. It's difficult to make a case for murder here imo.
 

January 13, 2020, 06:43:13 AM
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I don't think the human body can recover fast enough standing by a fire to venture away from it to build a snow cave by hand in those conditions.  Why not try and build a fire where the snow cave was being erected once the area of the snow cave was agreed upon. As a 12 year old in northern Michigan in the winter at five below zero  while deer hunting, I woke freezing to death when my father realized it, he erected a wind shield with extra canvas and burned everything in site that could be burnt all night he ventured far to get more firewood to burn.. Not even close to what they went through, my point is why leave the fires edge...If the bodies showed signs of being crushed after death then it was a natural disaster. But the autopsies show other wise...Maybe the killers built the fire and tortured the tourists by given them 3rd degree burns. The tourists weren't numb not to feel pain on their legs....Just an observation...
 

January 13, 2020, 11:22:54 AM
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I don't think the human body can recover fast enough standing by a fire to venture away from it to build a snow cave by hand in those conditions.  Why not try and build a fire where the snow cave was being erected once the area of the snow cave was agreed upon. As a 12 year old in northern Michigan in the winter at five below zero  while deer hunting, I woke freezing to death when my father realized it, he erected a wind shield with extra canvas and burned everything in site that could be burnt all night he ventured far to get more firewood to burn.. Not even close to what they went through, my point is why leave the fires edge...  It's even the stranger, the rescue party determined that the fire had stopped burning with plenty of wood left to burn, i.e. they put it out. If the bodies showed signs of being crushed after death then it was a natural disaster not if something heavy rolled over the den. But the autopsies show other wise  ????...Maybe the killers built the fire and tortured the tourists by given them 3rd degree burns. The tourists weren't numb not to feel pain on their legs Yuri K bit part of his finger off so i think he was in pain....Just an observation...