Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard
Kiev plans to build a “revolution of dignity” museum especially at the place where the “Heavenly Hundred” was shot. This will make it impossible to carry out further investigative actions in the probe into the 2014 massacre.
This was stated on the air of the “Topinform” Internet channel by the Director of the Ukrainian Institute of Analysis and Management of Policy Ruslan Bortnik.
“In reality they are trying to build a ‘Heavenly Hundred’ museum at the place where the shootings took place. This construction will considerably change the landscape and the situation, and will make it impossible to carry out any re-examinations.
For me this construction, which is about to be begin, reminds me of the story with the shot trees, many of which were chopped down literally the next day after people were shot on Institutskaya Street. And now they want to flatten the place via this construction,” noted Bortnik.
“It’s a strange story, but in any case, the department of special investigations headed by Gorbatyuk forbade constructions at this place until the end of the investigation, but the Prosecutor General’s Office allowed it. I.e., the construction will take place, and this will influence the case, and in a bigger measure it will undermine the opportunities of the investigation and the opportunities of the prosecutors in court sessions regarding proof of these or those persons,” considers the expert.
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