On July 20, 2016, Pavel Sheremet, an award-winning Belarusian-born journalist living in Ukraine, was killed by a car bomb blocks from his downtown Kyiv apartment. The shocking murder of a sharp critic of Belarusian, Russian, and Ukrainian officials was the most high-profile assassination in Ukraine’s recent history. In the aftermath of the blast, authorities scrambled to uncover who was responsible. Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko vowed to solve the crime, and personally appointed a special task force led by the chief of the national police to head the investigation. Within hours of the murder, a team of journalists from the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) and Slidstvo.info went to work, combing the streets of Kyiv and soliciting closed-circuit camera footage from residents and businesses near the scene. They collected hundreds of hours of exclusive CCTV footage which they used to put together a visual recreation of what happened before and after the bombing. This cache of media formed the basis of a documentary investigation that led to remarkable revelations about the official probe. Among the journalists’ key findings were that the police never found or overlooked key CCTV footage, failed to locate and interview key witnesses, and failed to discover or reveal that a former member of Ukraine’s Security Service was mysteriously present at the scene of the crime. At the very least, the documentary uncovered the deep incompetence of the official investigation.