The investigation of murders during the Revolution of Dignity in Kyiv will soon be over; the investigation team expects final results of respective expertise procedures. Larysa Sargan, the spokeswoman of Prosecutor General's Office posted this on Facebook.
She pointed out that Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko met with civil activists, members of the NGOs, related to the Euromaidan movement.
'Besides, the courts allowed special investigations (in absentia) against the top-rank officials who served during the rule of Yanukovych', she wrote.
In course of the investigation, 413 individuals were officially considered suspects; 48 of those were the responsible officials and 208 served as law enforcers.
February 20, 2014 earmarked the climax of the street violence during the Revolution of Dignity in Ukraine. That day, government-hired shooters gunned down dozens of unarmed civilians; about a dozen of law enforcers deceased as well. Dozens were wounded in the street fights.
Prosecutor General's Office continues to look into the crimes related to the Euromaidan movement and the Revolution of Dignity, including these murders.