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2002
Twice-poisoned
Written by Станислав Скобло   
Среда, 30 Октябрь 2002
ЗаложникDischarged hostages re-hospitalized

They had not managed to resuscitate every hostage and identifying every dead victim of the terrorist attack, when Moscow hospitals began to receive new patients from among the ‘Nord-Ost’ spectators. These people had already passed through every level of Hell, and were seemingly recovered and sent home, when, only a day later, they were once again forced to head back to the health facilities. In doctor-speak this is referred to as “re-treatment.”

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“YOU SAT FOR THREE DAYS, WHILE I SAT FOR THREE MONTHS…"
Written by Светлана Сметанина   
Среда, 30 Октябрь 2002
“YOU SAT FOR THREE DAYS, WHILE I SAT FOR THREE MONTHS — AND NO BIGGIE”

ImageYesterday Pavel Borodin came to the Filatov Children’s Hospital, where there are five children who were rescued from the theater on Dubrovka. He brought huge bouquets of flowers for the small hostages, and, as moral support, shared with them his rich life experiences. “You sat for three days, while I sat for three months — and no biggie,” said ‘Pal Palych’ (Pavel Pavlovich Borodin) to the kids.

“Whom are we waiting for?” a doctor asks colleagues that are huddling on the porch of the admissions department.

“Borodin.”

“Why?”

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Fentanyl used during assault
Written by Новости России   
Среда, 30 Октябрь 2002
Health Minister Yuri Shevchenko stated today that a compound based on derivatives of fentanyl was used during the Moscow hostage rescue operation.

As reported by ‘ITAR-TASS’, the health minister stated that the anesthetic is related to pharmacological agents and cannot cause death.

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Human Rights Watch
Written by Новости России   
Среда, 30 Октябрь 2002
In ‘Newsru’
Правозащитная организация Human Rights Watch создает комиссию по расследованию причин смерти 120 заложников
The American human rights organization Human Rights Watch is urging Russia to establish an independent commission to investigate the failure to provide adequate medical assistance following the hostage rescue operation at theater center, October 23 to 26, 2002. Such a commission should also consider other key issues.

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Kremlin prevented release of foreigners
Written by Маркус Венер   
Среда, 30 Октябрь 2002
In ‘Frankfurter Allgemeine’, Russian translation by ‘Inopressa’
 
Western security services evaluate Moscow hostage drama
 
According to Western security services, the Russian leadership prevented the release of foreigners taken hostage at the Moscow theater center. “It prevented this in order to brand the hostage takers as international terrorists and so that no one could call them Chechen freedom fighters,” an employee of a European intelligence service told our newspaper. The goal of the Russian leadership was achieved by UN Security Council condemnation of the hostage taking as an act of international terrorism. Therefore, the Russian leadership “behaved very cautiously,” when receiving the proposal to release all foreigners on Thursday, the first morning after the capture of the music center.

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