Near Yekaterinburg found the remains of Tsar's children

Near Yekaterinburg found the remains of Tsar's childrenThe state office of public Prosecutor of the Russian Federation as the principal considers the version that was found this year near Yekaterinburg "Royal remains" belong to the children of the last Russian Emperor Nicholas II - Alex and Maria Romanov.This was announced Tuesday at a press conference in Yekaterinburg senior investigator-criminalist Prosecutor General Vladimir Solovyov."DNA is possible. Today we conducted the research - what kind of elements (of the bones) it can be done in the best way. Judging by the results, we found such fragments", - said the head of the research branch laboratory of DNA recognition of the armed forces of the United States Michael cobbles on Tuesday.As reported participating in a press conference the Director of the Laboratory for human identification (USA) Anthony Falsetti, "the condition of the bones is different - from good to not so good." "Most of the bones allows us to conduct research which we plan (molecular genetic analysis)," said Falcetti.Cobbles also added that at the moment greatly advanced the technology of extracting DNA. "If the first examination in 1991 we had 4 genetic marker, it is currently standard genetic analysis includes 16 markers. Thus, we can obtain much more precise results," he said.According to the cobbles, in the first stage, experts will extract DNA, then it will perform genetic tests that can take several weeks. "Then compare with the standard DNA that we have. In total, the study can take from several weeks to several months," he said.In conclusion, the results of molecular genetic studies of experts from Britain, Russia and the USA will be compared and a conclusion is made about the ownership of the remains found in the vicinity of Yekaterinburg, the members of the Royal family of the Romanovs. "Such a comparison is planned in early 2008," added cobbles.Senior investigator for particularly important cases of the Investigative Committee of the procuracy of the Russian Federation Vladimir Solovyov said in turn, that in order to compare samples of the remains found in the latest burial with remains from a burial found in 1991, do not have to open the main burial place for members of the Royal family."Since 1998, we are left with particles of dust, with which we can compare samples from the second grave. Besides, we have a standard of living living blood relatives of the Danish Royal line and of the English Royal line. We have the burial of the sister of Alexandra Feodorovna of Elizabeth Feodorovna, the other sisters, but there is some kind of reasonable sufficiency, and it will be met," said Soloviev.Found a bullet fired from a gun, which could shoot the Royal familyIn place of the last burial in the Old Koptyaki road near Yekaterinburg were found three bullets, one of which was fired from a gun is called "Browning" of 1900 and two out of Browning 1903, said senior investigator for particularly important cases of the Investigative Committee of the procuracy of the Russian Federation Vladimir Solovyov. They probably fired from a gun, which could shoot the Royal family, reports "Interfax"."We are raising the archives in Moscow, Yekaterinburg. Check the people who were shot in the 20-30s years old, missing. But the leading version currently is that there may be the Tsarevich Alexei and Maria," - said the senior investigator for particularly important cases of the Investigative Committee of the procuracy of the Russian Federation Vladimir Solovyov."We have three gun, which could shoot the Royal family, two of them are in Moscow and one in Yekaterinburg. Soon we will explore the "Browning" from which, most likely, was killed by the king. This is one of the guns, stored in Moscow," - said Solovyov in Yekaterinburg on Tuesday.Expertise: "Royal remains" belong to the girl and a teenage boyOne of the four anthropological examinations confirms that "the Tsar's remains found near Yekaterinburg in the summer, belong to the girl and a teenage boy. Anthropological studies have been completed. As the head of the Sverdlovsk regional Bureau of forensic medical examination Nikolay Nevolin, they were carried out by four independent groups, each of which wrote its opinion."All four opinions will be included in total volume. Team leaders will write a General conclusion, it will be submitted to specialists in the field of forensic medicine and anthropology, both Russian and foreign. And professionals will need to evaluate how well made this work. After that the results will be presented in the Prosecutor's office," Nevolin said.In place of the "second burial" found the bodies of two people, spoke about the results of a representative one of the expert groups who conducted anthropological research, senior researcher, Institute of history and archaeology, Ural branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences Dmitry Razhev. "The body of a young woman between 17 and 19 years and a young person, probably male. He was younger than the woman," said Razhev.Body discovered in 1991In early 1991, the local Prosecutor's office filed the first statement about the discovery of the bodies with signs of violent death, and in 1993, the General Prosecutor's office opened a criminal case, RIA "Novosti".After three genetic examinations, conducted in 1993 in England, in 1995 in the USA, and in 1997, the special Committee came to the conclusion that the remains are indeed the remains of the Romanov family, and it was decided to bring them to burial in the Peter and Paul Cathedral in St. Petersburg. Criminal case, therefore, was discontinued.In July 2007, during excavations on the Old Koptyaki road in the vicinity of Ekaterinburg were found fragments of the bodies of two men with signs of violent death. According to preliminary data, in the burial of the remains of a child 10-14 years and young women 20 years.We will remind, earlier the head of the Russian Imperial house Grand Duchess Maria Vladimirovna said that he hopes for the uncovering of the remains of the Royal family, but her stance on the issue of their authenticity will entirely depend on the position of the Russian Orthodox Church. Source: near Yekaterinburg found the remains of Tsar's children.

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