The cobblestone is removed at Instytutska Street, Kyiv for the construction of the memorial dedicated to the Heavenly Hundred. It threatens the finish of the holding of the scaling experiments during the investigation of the shooting at Instytutska Street in 2014 as Hromadske reported.
Serhiy Horbatyuk, the director of the special investigations department of the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine, noted that the investigator and prosecutor did not agree the beginning of the works at Instytutska Street as the scaling experiments still continue and should last for at least two weeks.
“It became known from the museum workers that Anzhela Stryzhevska, the Deputy Prosecutor General provided such permission. We have not seen such letter and it was provided without the knowledge of the investigator and prosecutor and it is illegal with the signs of the interference in the activity of the investigator and prosecutor,” Horbatyuk emphasized.
He added that he prepare the letters to the developer about stop of the works until the end of the scaling experiments.
Earlier the Prosecutor General’s Office stated that nine people were sentenced for the crimes committed during the Revolution of Dignity. Totally, 52 people were recognized guilty on the results of the indictments considered by the courts.
Besides, Horbatyuk stated that over 30 people, accused of committing crimes during Euromaidan, still work in law enforcement agencies, ten of them hold senior positions.
Moreover, Horbatyuk claimed law enforcers have served 442 people with charge papers concerning the crimes committed against Euromaidan participants. Indictments against 279 people were sent.