Skip to comments.Odessa, house of professionals - poisoned by Russians
Posted on 05/04/2014 9:05:28 AM PDT by Leo CarpathianEdited on 05/04/2014 9:22:27 AM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
World look: Do not say that you did not see!!
Photos taken at Odessa's House of Professional Unions.
Photos by Alena Nikolayenko,
People poisoned by unknown substance, see the web site.
Looks more like a bombing or firefight to me. Poison doesn’t char people up.
TRUTH: Question remains it true died from poison gas first then fire? Bodies seemed specifically placed? was the fire do destroy evidence of already dead bodies?
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But there sure isn't a whole lot of fire damage, is there? I'm looking at those pics and thinking with a day or two for clean up they could open back up.
A lot of people now think that the FSB staged the 23 October 2002 Chechen attack on the Dubrovka Theater. The attack was real, but the FSB knew about it in advanced. The Putin government has never allowed a real investigation. It was from then onward that Putin and the secret police began to rule Russia as the autocrat and gangster statesman he now is.
I find it odd they did not jump out the window even if it meant their death. That is what happened at the world trade center. Perhaps they were dead and then the building set afire??????????
Utter stupidity or a deliberate attempt to mislead and incite on the part of whoever pumped this garbage out.
The Police as well as people not in uniforms were throwing/shooting "teargas" and flash-bangs into the building before the fire and after it started. It almost certainly was CS gas which is produced worldwide and is the most commonly used "teargas". It is lethal in concentration and a fire causes sudden concentrations in places where air circulation is poor. No "Russians" required and no intention to murder anyone required.
In the Waco hearings even the FBI was forced to admit it's lethal in some circumstances which is why it was illegal to use it against protesters in this country at one time. In Odessa, the circumstances for some parts of the building would have been just like the circumstances at Waco. There was a fire that concentrated the gas into pockets where there was limited air circulation and in those circumstances if CS gas is present it can lethal.
People with a cold, flu, heart conditions, the elderly, children, and so on, anything that puts extra stress on the respiratory system when they breathe rapidly (as people do when they're afraid or they panic) are more at risk than others, of course. Throw in the CS gas, start a fire, and there's a good chance someone on the receiving end will die from the gas. It doesn't matter what anyone "intended" to do, the gas and fire cause the effect whether the goal was to kill people with gas or not.
I have read that some variants of it can break down into or bind with something in the air and become a cyanide gas but I find as much argument against that possibility as for it. What I have read is about US manufactured CS gas and how Ukraine produced CS differs is anyone's guess. I recall that testing showed the CS Turkey makes is more prone to being lethal but I haven't fact checked that extensively. In Odessa, though, they were probably using the very fine particulate US made CS gas since we give it away in bulk almost as freely as we give out pallets of condoms.
My personal experience with it is exposure in boot camp and helping to drag dead VC out of tunnels we threw CS into. We hadn't pumped a huge amount of gas in, they were just small people and tunnels had limited air circulation.