On June 21, several investigators from the Prosecutor General’s Office searched the house of ex-head of Presidential Administration Andriy Klyuyev, who is suspected of ordering the police attacks on EuroMaidan Revolution protesters in 2013-2014.
Not only were the investigators late with the search, but they also
went to the wrong house: They first knocked on the door of the leader of
Radical Party Oleh Lyashko, who turned out to live next to Klyuyev in
an elite cottage neighborhood outside Kyiv.