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 Investigation of Maidan mass murders is hampered by lack of people and resources

There is a critical lack of resources at the Special Investigations Department of the Prosecutor General's Office.

Censor.NET reports citing an article written by Evhenia Zakrevska, lawyer of the heavenly hundred, for ZN.UA.

"There are not enough of investigators (about 20 of them work on Maidan assassinations and around 20 work on the investigations against top officials). But we need two hundred of specialists. There is a crucial lack of procedural leaders, there are no experts.

"Moreover, there are no offices for the officers. There are five or six investigators sitting in one room. There are neither personal computers, nor laptops, as well as no printers and copiers. There is even no server for storage and centralized access to the terabytes of video materials. Critical lack of resources is the main reason why the investigation of Maidan mass murders is being hampered," Evhenia Zakrevska wrote.

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