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 PGO raids offices, houses of Yanukovych, Kliuiev’s cronies in Kyiv and Donetsk regions

The Prosecutor General's Office (PGO) carried out a number of searches at the premises owned by accomplices of ex-President Viktor Yanukovych and ex-Head of the Presidential Administration Andrii Kliuiev in the Kyiv and Donetsk regions.

Censor.NET reports citing the PGO press service.

The members of PGO, National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU) and National Police investigating criminal proceedings into crackdown on protesters, murders and other crimes committed during EuroMaidan have conducted a number of searches in offices, apartments and houses owned by accomplices of Yanukovych and Kliuiev in the Kyiv and Donetsk regions.

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The law enforcers seized evidence critical for probe into the crimes against Maidan combined with other available proofs.

The seized evidence include several thousand cartridges, papers, including those signed by the "leadership" of the self-proclaimed "Donetsk People's Republic", equipment for remote access to accounts in a foreign bank, black ledger, seal of an off-shore company, and flash drives.

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The investigators are analyzing and verifying the obtained data to take further action against those involved in orchestrating and funding crimes against protesters in order to bring them to justice.
 
 
 
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