In the Commission of the Russian Orthodox Church, many believe the murder of the Royal family funeral

© RIA Novosti / Sergey Pathiterator in photobanks Russian Emperor Nicholas II in the monastery of the Holy Royal martyrs in the Ganina Yama tract on a place of detection of remains of the Royal familyIn the Commission of the Russian Orthodox Church, many believe the murder of the Royal family funeral© RIA Novosti / Sergey Pathiterator the image Bank

Many members of the Church of the Commission to study the «Yekaterinburg remains» have no doubt about the ritual character assassination of the Royal family, said Monday the Secretary of the Commission, Bishop Tikhon (Shevkunov) at the conference «the murder of the Royal family: a new assessment and materials. Discussion.»

«We have the most serious attention to the version of ritual murder. Moreover, a significant part of the Church Commission, there is no doubt that this murder was a ritual. But it is necessary to prove, to justify,» said Shevkunov, in his closing remarks. The conference was held under the chairmanship of Patriarch of Moscow and all Russia Kirill.

Bishop Tikhon, in particular, drew attention to the fact of how he was killed by the Emperor Nicholas II, «even the forsaken». «Were distributed to all the victims of the murders (between two or more participants shooting — ed), and most of the path was in of the Emperor. Everyone wanted to be regicide — this alone suggests that for many it was their special ritual,» said Shevkunov.

He added that the version of the ritual murder is a «serious issue, which is investigating the investigators». The representative of the ROC expressed the view that following these discussions, the participants will return to the topic.

Senior investigator for particularly important cases of the RF IC Marina Molodtsova earlier at the conference said that the consequence plans to appoint a psycho-historical examination to find out was not whether the execution of the Royal family ritual murder.

The last Russian Emperor Nicholas II and his family were shot in the summer of 1918 in Ekaterinburg. In 2000, the Russian Church canonized Nicholas II and his family canonized, after the opening of the graves near Ekaterinburg remains of members of the Imperial family were buried in the tomb of the Peter and Paul Cathedral in St. Petersburg. In the fall of 2015 the investigators resumed the investigation of the death of the Romanovs. Currently also conducted the examination associated with the authentication found in 2007 remains possible, Tsarevich Alexei and Grand Duchess Maria.