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Anton Fomin: Tragic News of a Russian Boy in America… (Updated and updated and updated and Updated Again)

May 21

American news has this:

The County Attorney says, 9-year-old Anton Fomin was killed a fire out in Davey. They say they’re still investigating the child’s death and the cause of the fire but neighbors say they heard a loud explosion.

Investigators won’t say much other than the explosion possibly came from a propane tank.

“At this time the information we have is very limited and the investigation is on-going. We know there was a family member inside the home at the time of the fire. Pending autopsy results, we’ll have further information at a later time,” said LSO, Chad Bryant.

Fomin’s brother and grandfather were there this morning to speak with deputies. Again, the cause of the fire and any other information have not been released. (Link)

But the Russian news has this…

Anton Fomin, a 9-year old boy from Russia, adopted by US parents, has died in a fire.

This came in a statement by the Russian Ombudsman for Children under the Russian President, Pavel Astakhokv.

He asked Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov to assume personal control over the ongoing investigation and find out if the foster parents are to blame for the boy’s death.

According to US officials, the fire broke out late at night, when the boy was possibly locked in the basement and could not get out into the open on his own. (RIA)

I found it interesting that there is no mention of the fact that the boy is Russian and the fact that he was locked up in the basement in any of the American news items I found, but in the news on this side of the world there is a whole lot more information and it seems that Russia is having some issue with what happened…

I will keep an eye on this one it has caught my interest…

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia!

Update: A day after firefighters find the body of a 9-year-old boy in a charred home, now those who knew the boy are asking questions.

Those who knew Anton Fomin and lived near him say they are shocked and saddened by the death of the 9-year-old.

One viewer who sent us an email says she fondly remembers Fomin. She said, “Anton was a sweet lovable little boy.”

Because the case involves a death, the State Fire Marshal’s Office and the Lancaster County Sheriff have referred us to the Lancaster County Attorney.

We are waiting an update from County Attorney Joe Kelly as to the cause of the fire and the cause of Fomin’s death. Officials told us this is standard operating procedure when a death occurs.

Investigators continue to look into the cause of the fire which destroyed the home.
Taylor lives next door to the home where Fomin’s body was found.

“I just knew they had some kids and he was a truck driver but we never really got a chance to meet them. It’s tragic that happening to any family.”

And those who knew the boy say they want answers. That same viewer who emailed us said,” I hope your reporters keep digging into this tragedy.”

Hmm! Still nothing that is conclusive. As I said I will keep after this and as I find information I will print it….

Update:

U.S. EMBASSY
MOSCOW, RUSSIA
Media note

May 22, 2012

Statement on the Death of Russian-born Child Anton Fomin in Nebraska Fire

U.S. Embassy Moscow was deeply saddened by the death of Russian-born child Anton Fomin. According to media reports, nine-year-old Anton died on May 17 in a fire at his foster parents’ home in Davey, Nebraska. We understand the Nebraska State Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating the cause of the fire. The death of any child is a tragedy, and our condolences go out to Anton’s family and community.

Contrary to unsubstantiated reports, however, Anton immigrated to the United States with his biological parents, not through intercountry adoption. While the Department of State has no official role in this case, we will provide Russian officials with all available information and help them liaise with the Nebraska authorities.

I also have discovered that it was positive? (according to Western media) that his dad (Russian) died years ago and his mother who is Russian was not able to care for him. He was in the household of a church family and as of right now he was left alone in the house. Russia seems to have jumped the gun on one thing about adoption, but it also seems that he was definitely not with his correct family when he died. Confusion to Russia was the fact he was not with his real parents or parent at the time of death…

Why was he left alone in the basement? and where was everyone else? he was 9 years old…

Like I said from the beginning the stories did not match up and I am seeing an issue get bigger and bigger here. I hope we find out the truth…

I want the answer to was he locked in or not…

Kyle Keeton

Update: Just a few hours ago this was printed:

The United States government tried to head off a diplomatic row with Russia on Tuesday after Russian officials demanded an investigation into the death of a Russian child in an adoptive American family. American news media reported last week that Anton Fomin, a nine-year old Russian child adopted into a Nebraska family, died in a house fire while his parents were gone. On Monday, Russia’s children’s rights ombudsman, Pavel Astakhov, demanded an investigation, saying that American investigators had established that the child had been locked in the basement. “Either the boy was punished or he was neglected and got into the basement accidentally,” Mr. Astakhov said, according to RIA Novosti news service. “Why the boy was locked in the basement and why he could not get out, we will ask the U.S. attorneys about this.” The United States Embassy in Moscow expressed its condolences to the child’s family on Tuesday, and corrected what it called “unsubstantiated reports” that he was brought to the United States through an adoption program. “Anton immigrated to the United States with his biological parents, not through intercountry adoption,” the statement said. Russian authorities have repeatedly criticized lax checks on adoptive American parents after a spate of high profile deaths involving negligent and abusive families. Last December, Mr. Astakhov threatened to demand a moratorium on adoptions by Americans after a Pennsylvania court released a pair of adoptive parents with time served after they were convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of a child. (Western News source: New York Times)

This is getting interesting and we at Windows to Russia are going to follow this for as long as it takes. Something is rotten and I know it. Lets find out which side is rotten…

I thought that the comments that I am seeing by the hundreds are government sponsored and now with a diplomatic row heading up over this! Hmm…

Kyle

Update: US Embassy urges Russia to avoid scandal over orphan’s death: Russian Today…
The US Embassy in Moscow is trying to prevent a new adoption scandal, following the death of a nine-year-old Russian orphan in Nebraska.

­Anton Fomin was killed in a fire at the house of his adoptive parents on May 17, prompting renewed calls for a clampdown on the number of US adoptions.

The Russian ombudsman for children’s rights urged Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov to take the case under his personal control and find out if the adoptive parents are to blame for the accident.

The US Embassy has deplored Fomin’s death, stressing that contrary to unsubstantiated reports, the child immigrated to the US with his biological parents, not through inter-country adoption.

“The death of the child is a tragedy, and our condolences go out to Anton’s family and community,” the embassy said in a statement on Tuesday. “The Nebraska State Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating the cause of the fire.”

Officials promised to share “all available information” on the accident with Russian officials, helping them “liaise with the Nebraska authorities.”

Russian authorities have long been unsatisfied with the ever-growing amount of US adoptions of Russian children – due to the huge number of scandals that have broken involving the mistreatment of Russian children by their adoptive parents.

In May 2010, Russia froze all adoptions by foreigners after an adoptive mother from the US put an unaccompanied seven-year-old boy on a one-way flight to Moscow, saying she could no longer handle the stress of raising him.

In another scandalous case, a seven-year-old Russian boy was allegedly beaten to death by his adoptive parents in the US. American doctors found more than 80 injuries on his body.

Russia is one of the largest sources of foreign adoptions for US families. About 400 Russian children are currently living in adoptive families in the US.

Kyle Keeton

Updated: May 24th, 2012…
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A 9-year-old boy originally from Russia who was killed in a Nebraska house fire has been laid to rest, but prosecutors and the Russian government are seeking more information about his death.

Nearly 200 people gathered at a Lincoln church Wednesday to mourn the death of Anton Fomin, who was alone when his legal guardians’ house caught fire May 17 in the town of Davey, Neb.

His death prompted a Russian government official to call for more information about the case, while the U.S. Embassy in Moscow emphasized that the boy immigrated to the United States with his biological parents before he was placed with a different family.

However, the boy hadn’t lived with his parents since 2005, according to court records. His father died of cancer in August 2008, and friends said he asked for his son to live with a family from church because of his wife’s mental health issues.

Church officials who knew Anton, his parents and the boy’s legal guardians said Russian officials were unfairly comparing the child’s death to other high-profile U.S. cases that have involved abuse of adopted Russian children.

Anton’s legal guardian, Slavik Sinchuk, told The Associated Press in an interview Wednesday that earlier media reports about the boy being locked in a basement were untrue.

Pavel Astakhov, Russia’s ombudsman for children’s rights, sent a statement to the Russian Foreign Ministry on Monday seeking more information about the case.

“It is necessary to determine whether the adoptive parents were at fault in the death of the child,” he said. “Adoptive parents should be required to bear greater responsibility for the life and health of their children.”

Fire investigators referred questions to prosecutors. Chief Deputy Lancaster County Attorney Pat Condon said Wednesday that his office won’t have much information to release until the investigation is complete, which could take 30 days because toxicology tests are being performed to determine how the boy died.

It’s also not clear what caused the fire.

Officials with the Russian consulate have asked prosecutors in Lancaster County for information on the case. Condon said the county attorney’s office will provide it after the probe is done.

Anton’s youth pastor at House of Prayer Church in Lincoln, Oleg Stepanyuk, and Sinchuk said the boy was asleep before the fire started. Stepanyuk, who often served as an English translator for the boy, said Anton had grown to love the family that had become his legal guardians.

“He was loved. He loved being there,” Stepanyuk told the AP. “He was feeding chickens and dogs there, and really, the last three years he lived there were some of the happiest of his life.”

Sinchuk said he and his wife left home to visit Sinchuk’s father in Lincoln and let Anton stay asleep in his basement bedroom because they didn’t want to disturb the boy.

They returned 30 to 45 minutes later and found the house burning, Sinchuk said, adding that he didn’t know how the fire started. He said neighbors reported hearing an explosion shortly before the blaze.

Church pastor Bogdan Stebanyek said Anton’s father, while dying of cancer, asked that the boy be placed in the care of another family because Anton’s mother had mental health issues.

Stebanyek, speaking in Russian with help from an English translator, said the church tried to connect the boy with a member family that had children his age. Anton went to a family that had four other children. Another family took in Anton’s older brother, Mikhail, now 20 and enrolled in a community college.

Stebanyek said Anton left the family that took him after one year. The man of the house was a truck driver and often was away from home, and the woman struggled to care for all the children.

The woman’s sister — Sinchuk’s wife — offered to take Anton.

Russia has long demanded that the U.S. tighten controls over Americans who adopt its children, in the wake of high-profile cases that infuriated top Russian officials.

Last week, an American woman who adopted a Russian boy and later sent him back on a one-way flight to Moscow was ordered to pay a sum of $150,000 and an additional $1,000 per month in child support until he becomes an adult.

In November 2011, Russian officials reacted with outrage to what they considered a lax sentence for a Pennsylvania couple originally charged with murder for the death of their 7-year-old son adopted from Russia. Michael and Nanette Craver were sentenced to 16 months to four years in prison for involuntary manslaughter.

Russian officials have claimed that at least 17 adopted Russian children have died in domestic violence in American families.

Associated Press writer Lynn Berry in Moscow contributed to this report.

The truth is coming out like a slow trickle of water and it looks like most of what Russia has said from the beginning is true…

I will also say I have slaughtered with deceitful and hateful comments for printing this story and I am amazed at the amount of pressure that is being used to try to get people like me to change the story. This is a big cover up and I want to know what happened…

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia!

 

Posted by on May 21, 2012 in Russia

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38 responses to “Anton Fomin: Tragic News of a Russian Boy in America… (Updated and updated and updated and Updated Again)

  1. Oleg Stepanyuk

    May 22, 2012 at 9:58 am

    Russian news is not accurate. He was not locked,he was sleeping in the basement when propane gas exploded. Also his foster family are not americans, they are also Russians. Please, correct the discrapencies…

     
  2. admin

    May 22, 2012 at 6:53 pm

    Anton’s father died in 2008. His mother was unable to take care of him, so he had been living with a family from church.

    Interesting…

    We will see if he was locked in or not!

    Sounds like something fishy is going on. It will be two weeks before they give the final word…

    We will see!

    Thanks Oleg!

     
  3. WWB

    May 23, 2012 at 11:52 am

    Russian Children’s Ombudsman Pavel Astakhov twittered on Monday that 9-year-old Russian boy Anton Fomin adopted by US parents had died in a house fire in Nebraska. According to preliminary information, the fire broke out late at night, when the boy was possibly locked in the basement and could not get out on his own. The boy’s foster parents were detained, and a probe into the accident was opened.

    Anton’s death is the latest in a series of tragic incidents involving adopted Russian children. At least 19 of them have died in the United States over the past couple of years. Some of the victims’ foster parents, however, managed to avoid being brought to justice.

    Astakhov stressed that the “question of responsibility of US foster parents is yet to be regulated on inter-state level.” In July 2011, Russia and the United States signed a bilateral agreement on child adoptions, a document that has yet to be ratified. The Russian Foreign Ministry has, for its part, repeatedly insisted that Russian child adoptions should be suspended pending the ratification.

    Sergei Borzov, senior advisor at the National Foundation for the Prevention of Child Abuse, pointed to a spate of differences between childhood protection mechanisms in Russia and the United States. He warned against jumping to conclusions, though.

    “I would rather refrain from allegations that the United States is unable to duly protect adopted Russian children,” Borzov says. “Each and every tragic incident involving such kids must be meticulously investigated, and hasty finger-pointing is certainly irrelevant,” he adds, referring to the death of Anton Fomin.

    Russian authorities represented by children’s ombudsmen should keep a watchful eye on the fate of each and every Russian child adopted by foreign foster parents. When dealing with tragic incidents, they should show no mercy with respect to foster parents.

    Right now, 12,500 foreign candidates for foster parents are on the waiting list in Russia – a situation that should be rectified, according to Astakhov who has repeatedly urged the reduction of the number of adopted Russian kids sent abroad. At the same time, experts say that as a rule, foreign foster parents duly take care of their adopted Russian kids, among them disabled children.

    This, however, should not prevent Russian authorities from keeping an eagle eye on the fate of adopted Russian children. All those adoption agency officials who showed neglect when dealing with adoption procedures must be brought to court. These procedures should be maximum transparent so that we can avoid the tragedies involving adopted Russian children in the United States in the future.

     
  4. admin

    May 23, 2012 at 12:05 pm

    Oh Oleg so far no discrepancies and even if there is, I will keep the post as is and add to it. It started out as a difference in media reporting and I will follow this to the end. So far much of what Russia has posted is coming true and we will see what the final end is when the storm blows over…

    The post stays and is growing…

    I also see a ton of you people trying to get these posts changed all over the world. Makes me obstinate and now I will ride it out to see what everyone is covering up…

    Kyle Keeton

     
  5. P. Snell

    May 23, 2012 at 5:20 pm

    There is no news saying whether he was or was not locked in the basement, just “trapped”. If he simply died in the fire, why would they not be releasing that information. Hard questions to ask… Why was a 9 year old boy left alone at that time of night, on a school night. One parent should have stayed home. They had 2 small children that went with them. Again, why didn’t one parent stay home with the children at all??? I’m beginning to suspect foul play. At the least leaving a child home alone to die in a fire is criminal neglect. As for the “propane explosion” no official cause of fire has been determined. Per neighbors comments, it seems the fire was well underway when the explosion was heard. I saw Anton on a daily basis, and he was a sweet and lovable little man. He did not deserve this. 9 year olds need an adult around to save them. This was pure neglect.

     
  6. admin

    May 23, 2012 at 7:25 pm

    I agree and I hope the truth comes out and is not hidden…

    Thanks

    Kyle

     
  7. P. Snell

    May 23, 2012 at 8:22 pm

    I don’t think it will be hidden. I think they are being very careful to do a very thorough investigation which is why we are hearing very little. The death of a child is not taken lightly here, we now have to be his voice. I will not stop asking questions until someone has an answer. I was his school bus driver, and he was one of my favorites…

     
  8. admin

    May 23, 2012 at 11:01 pm

    Added video from Russian Today to the article. I will put the RT article in the post as an update. America is asking for Russia to not cause issues over this! Something is not right…

    Kyle

     
  9. admin

    May 23, 2012 at 11:06 pm

    P. Snell – The video will give you an idea of how Russia is looking at this issue. Thanks for stopping by again.

    Kyle

     
  10. WWB

    May 23, 2012 at 11:17 pm

    Anton Fomin was brought to the US by his Russian biological parents but was adopted by an American couple in 2008 after his father died and his mother was unable to care for him. He may have been locked in the basement, and was alone in the Davey, Nebraska house when it burned down on May 17.

    The news prompted the Kremlin’s ombudsman for children, Pavel Astakhov, to Tweet on May 21 that this is “yet another” example of a Russian child dying at the hands of possibly negligent or abusive American adoptive parents.

    “This death raises many questions,” Mr. Astakhov wrote on his blog, according to Russian media. “Either the boy was being punished [and for that reason was stuck in the basement during the fire] or he was neglected and got into the basement accidentally. Why the boy was locked in the basement and why he could not get out is something we will ask the US attorneys.”

    The US Embassy in Moscow was quick to point out in a statement that, since Anton was adopted in the US, this is not a case of international adoption. “The Department of State has no official role in this case,” it said, adding that it is ready to “provide Russian officials with all available information and help them liaise with the Nebraska authorities.”

     
  11. admin

    May 23, 2012 at 11:19 pm

    Thanks WB and that answers a few questions! Did you get that Christan Science Monitor?

    http://www.csmonitor.com/World/Europe/2012/0523/Death-of-Russian-born-boy-in-US-reignites-adoption-debate Link to article that WB posted in comment…

    Thanks

    Kyle

     
  12. admin

    May 23, 2012 at 11:26 pm

    So Oleg he was adopted! The word is that he was locked in the basement…

    Kyle

     
  13. admin

    May 23, 2012 at 11:27 pm

    Anton Fomin was brought to the US by his Russian biological parents but was adopted by an American couple in 2008 after his father died and his mother was unable to care for him. He may have been locked in the basement, and was alone in the Davey, Nebraska house when it burned down on May 17.

    Western media printed this and the truth is starting to come out…

    Why was this boy all alone?

     
  14. Clark

    May 24, 2012 at 2:54 pm

    _who_gives_a_fuck?_tell_russia_to_go_fuck_them_selfs!!_better_yet_send_that_pos_nigger(obama)_over_
    _there_and_have_him_bend_over_and_take_it_up_his_ass_like_the_faggot_obama_is_and_since_he_told_
    russia_after_election_he_will_be_more_flexible_which_is_a_term_faggots_use_to_say_they_can_bend_
    _over_and_love_there_fudge_packed!

     
  15. Sam

    May 24, 2012 at 2:55 pm

    Fuck Russia: I guess I completely misunderstand our immigration laws. In the past, I thought that immigrants had to have a sponsor and couldn’t collect welfare. Now I read about immigrants, legal and illegal, who are on the taxpayer dole the moment they set foot on our soil. Have our immigration laws changed or are they ignored?

     
  16. Ryan

    May 24, 2012 at 3:01 pm

    All Russians! This is the final warning! Go home or we will kill you and send you home in a body bag! USSSA hates USSR!

     
  17. Real Patriot

    May 24, 2012 at 3:03 pm

    Who gives a flipping ass. Kid dead and that is one less tax feeder that we have to pay for. Hear us Russia?

     
  18. Andira

    May 24, 2012 at 5:08 pm

    I think that they murdered him and tried to cover it up! That is my thoughts and it scares me that there would be people like that. So they are saying that he was alone and he was possibly locked in the basement and he was adopted and he was given up by a crazy mom and a dad who died. He was given up for adoption before the dad died and he was a good boy and he is dead for no reason! The US side called Russia liers and now we find that US is covering up stuff. Why do little children have to pay for adults stupidity?

     
  19. Parents?

    May 24, 2012 at 7:22 pm

    Anton Fomin was brought to the US by his Russian biological parents but was adopted by an American couple in 2008 after his father died and his mother was unable to care for him. He may have been locked in the basement, and was alone in the Davey, Nebraska house when it burned down on May 17. WTF?

     
  20. Vitalik VS VS

    May 24, 2012 at 7:30 pm

    That’s! So sed God bless you Anton.

     
  21. ************ RuSSSIANSSSS

    May 24, 2012 at 7:32 pm

    Damn ******* Russians you all suck Vodka like a mommas Tit!

     
  22. Alica

    May 24, 2012 at 7:34 pm

    Such a sad ending for the little boy. Daddy died and mama couldn’t care for him. This has nothing to do with immigration; it has to do with a child who died in a horrible fire. God bless you, Anton. ??????? ???? ??????????

     
  23. John

    May 24, 2012 at 7:36 pm

    Anton immigrated to the U.S. with his biological parents, but court records show he hadn’t lived with them since 2005.

    Anton’s father died of cancer in 2008. Court records say his mother was unable to care for him.

    In an interview after the funeral, Anton’s stepfather Slavik Sinchuk said earlier media reports about the boy being locked in a basement were untrue.

    Sinchuk and the boy’s church youth pastor, Oleg Stepanyuk, said Anton was asleep before the fire started. They said Sinchuk and his wife went briefly to visit Sinchuk’s father in Lincoln and didn’t want to disturb the boy, so they left him asleep in his basement bedroom.

    They returned 30 to 45 minutes later to discover the house in flames. Sinchuk said he didn’t know how the fire started, but he said neighbors reported hearing an explosion shortly before the blaze.

    OK Right you scums! I bet he was dead before you left!

     
  24. WWB

    May 24, 2012 at 7:38 pm

    This is what it is all about! WB.

    The US Embassy in Moscow is trying to prevent a new adoption scandal, following the death of a nine-year-old Russian orphan in Nebraska. Anton Fomin was killed in a fire at the house of his adoptive parents on May 17, prompting renewed calls for a clampdown on the number of US adoptions.

     
  25. WWB

    May 24, 2012 at 7:45 pm

    Right now, 12,500 foreign candidates for foster parents are on the waiting list in Russia – a situation that should be rectified, according to Astakhov who has repeatedly urged the reduction of the number of adopted Russian kids sent abroad. At the same time, experts say that as a rule, foreign foster parents duly take care of their adopted Russian kids, among them disabled children.

     
  26. rareruby

    May 24, 2012 at 7:47 pm

    There is no mention anywhere about the rest of the family. There must be more to this story than is being reported. I knew Anton as a sweet little boy who was so special. My heart is just broken for him. Rest in peace little man, I will miss seeing your sweet little

     
  27. Dionaura

    May 26, 2012 at 4:13 pm

    Could be that Americans need to grow up and become better people. But that wont happen!

     
  28. Deodira

    May 26, 2012 at 5:32 pm

    Russian are sick!

     
  29. Angelita

    May 27, 2012 at 11:07 pm

    I have to say that Russians are the scum of the earth and the sooner we get Russian scum out of the US the better. US people that adopt Russian commie scum are the ones that are at fault and bring the downfall of the USA!

     
  30. Olivia

    May 28, 2012 at 3:04 am

    Why do you people talk with such hate about Russians ? Are you forgetting that Anton was Russian himself??? You are so disrespectful about the hole story.. We hear almost everyday how America’s kill their own children with such cruelty. And you hear this story and you are such haters to Russians and the family who lost anton not by killing him . Why are you people do judgmental, let me just say that Russia has a different standard for basements here we have a cozy warm family place that we call basement, there it’s dark no windows. They store things in it, and they are making a big deal about it. And I dont agree with Russian news at all they made a lot of stuff up. But to all you Russian haters be respectful to Anton. Cause it’s not right to say those things you said!!!!!!

     
  31. Olivia

    May 28, 2012 at 3:08 am

    I know one girl from Russia and she told
    Me about there basement standards cold, dark, rats live in it. In America basements are finished and mostly family rooms to play with kids. So Kyle you need to also research on russian standard of living !

     
  32. admin

    May 28, 2012 at 10:35 am

    Olivia: What basements in Russia? Maybe in the large buildings! But there is single family homes here and they are very few and far between, they do not have basements. Cellars sometimes but not basements very often. I live the standard of living in Russia and I live much lower than the average Muscovite. I live better than many villagers but… They don’t have basements either…

    I never had a finished basement in America and my basements leaked something terrible. I grew up in the country and our basements were something from a scary movie and I loved them. But spiders, rats and snakes were common in the country. Basements were for storing canned goods and other foods for the winter…

    I have lived here 6 years now and yes I will keep on learning about how Russians live and as I visit my friends all over Russia, I will ask about their basements full of rats that they do not have…

    Kyle

     
  33. admin

    May 28, 2012 at 10:37 am

    That is the point Olivia: He is a Russian and hence the hate and desire to kill Russians. If you saw the comments that I could not print, you would really be stunned. I had a hundred that were so bad that it was sickening…

    Kyle

     
  34. Celi

    May 28, 2012 at 4:04 pm

    Your website is very reliable, that’s why i always come here when I have some doubts. I want to understand why they are covering up this tragedy? I hear reports now that they are threatening people over this accident! Or is it an accident?

     
  35. Alícia

    May 28, 2012 at 7:20 pm

    I didn’t even see something like this before because of the scarcity of this type of information. They have removed all the links from the web. It is like nothing happened and he just died for no reason. What is going on?

     
  36. Olivia

    May 28, 2012 at 11:27 pm

    Kyle What else have you heard about the story?

     
  37. admin

    May 29, 2012 at 11:34 am

    They have removed all data except the funeral and they (US government!) have sent me emails to remove my post! They want this censored in America. Russia is trying to get more information and nothing is forthcoming. We have to wait for the autopsy report and we shall see if they even let us know about it. That is why they waited two weeks to give out the report when it was declared done already. Something is wrong with this whole situation and I think that is just plain rotten. I will update as I find new information, but they have really removed a lot of information about this tragedy on Google…

     
  38. Why?

    June 1, 2012 at 12:34 pm

    You know this sucks and they information has dried up! This is what I keep saying as what is wrong with the media. They have covered up this incident and are now ignoring what happened. Damn the world and really damn the USA! I want answers to what happened and not silence…

     

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