The remains of Tsar, Nicholas II and his wife have been exhumed as investigators re-examine the 1918 murder of the imperial family.
The Interior Ministry’s Investigative Committee has reopened an investigation into the early 20th century murder of the Romanov family, who are buried at a St Petersburg cathedral..
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Samples were taken from Tsar Nicholas II, his wife Alexandra, and from the bloodstained uniform of Alexander II, Nicholas’s grandfather, killed in 1881.
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Spokesman for the Investigative Committee, Vladimir Markin, announced the renewal of the case due to new evidence in an official statement online.
The BBC reports:
The long-running murder case had been closed in 1998, after DNA tests authenticated the Romanov remains found in a mass grave in the Urals in 1991.
Hail of bullets
Tsar Nicholas II, Alexandra, their four daughters – grand duchesses Anastasia, Maria, Olga and Tatiana – their son the Tsarevich Alexei and four royal staff members were murdered in the cellar of a house in Yekaterinburg in 1918.
One night they were lined up as if for a family photo, and then a Bolshevik firing squad killed them in a hail of bullets, according to witness accounts. Those who did not die immediately were bayonetted.
The DNA tests did not convince some Russian Orthodox Church members, because the remains of two – Tsarevich Alexei and Grand Duchess Maria – were only found in 2007, at a different spot in the Urals.
The Investigative Committee, a state body, says new checks are needed in order to authenticate the remains of those two.
Russia plans to rebury Alexei and Maria alongside the rest of the family in St Petersburg’s Peter and Paul Cathedral. But for that to happen the Church wants to be certain about the remains.
Treated as saints
The royal couple and three daughters were formally reburied on 17 July 1998 – the 80th anniversary of the murder. They were canonised by the Russian Orthodox Church in 2000.
Alexei and Maria are also likely to be canonised before the 100th anniversary in 2018. Their remains are currently kept at the Russian State Archives.
The new investigation also involves taking samples from Alexandra’s sister the Grand Duchess Elizabeth Fyodorovna, buried in Jerusalem. Only now can Russian investigators get access to those remains.
The Romanovs were ousted from power and exiled in 1917, shortly before the communist Bolsheviks overthrew the provisional government.
Documents from the so-called “White Guards Investigation” concerning the family’s 1918 murder will also be studied. They came to light in the past four years.
Tsar Alexander II was killed by a bomb thrown by a “People’s Will” revolutionary in 1881, and buried in his military uniform in the Peter and Paul Cathedral.
A lawyer for Grand Duchess Maria Vladimirovna, a descendant of the murdered Romanovs, said she supported the new investigation.
Quoted by Russia’s Tass news agency, lawyer German Lukyanov said “not all aspects of the imperial family’s murder were explained in the case, and not all the Russian Orthodox Church’s questions were answered fully and clearly”.
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