"Today, on behalf of Viktor Yanukovych we filed to SBI a report and 9 volumes of evidence revealing crimes committed by Ukraine’s top officials," Serdiuk said.
The lawyer said the case materials are about "the loss of Crimea, violent seizure of power, mass killings on Maidan in 2014."
"The materials were collected by the defense while participating in political processes related to the protection of the client," said Serdiuk.
Yanukovych accuses his political opponents of "crimes" under the articles 109 (actions aimed at seizing state power), 110 (violation of the territorial integrity and immunity of Ukraine), 111 (high treason), 112 (infringement on the life of a state or public figure), 115 (premeditated murder), 255 (creation of a criminal organization), 293 (group violation of public order), 294 (mass riots), 295 (calls for actions that threaten public order), 396 (concealment of a crime) of the Criminal Code.
In the documents published by Serdiuk Yanukovych accuses NSDC Secretary Olexandr Turchynov, head of the Verkhovna Rada Andrii Parubii, former Prime Minister Arsenii Yatseniuk, Minister of Internal Affairs Arsen Avakov, former head of the SBU Valentyn Nalyvaichenko, MP Serhii Pashynskyi, Kyiv mayor Vitalii Klychko, Prosecutor General Yurii Lutsenko, Defense Minister Stepan Poltorak, Ukraine’s ex-representative to the UN Yurii Serheiev, Minister of Defense in 2014 Ihor Teniukh.
The list also includes those who were engaged in Yanukovych treason case. Prosecutors Ruslan Kravchenko and Maksym Krym, all judges (Vladyslav Deviatko, Maksym Tytov, Kostiantyn Vasalatii) and ex-president’s lawyers Yurii Riaboval and Ihor Liashenko.