In a commentary to Censor.NET the deputy said: "This is not the beginning but a continuation, and it will have an impact on a larger scale. In 2010 thug of thugs Dzharty who came here in the Crimea as a Prime Minister had brought Makiyivska OCG (organized crime group rephrased to 'politicial' group by the deputy). Makiyivka group came here to loot. People thought that the problem is in one Dzharty but God took called upon him. Thank God, because he caused so much harm and brought so much evil on Crimea as no one did in post Soviet times. But his place was taken Mohylev and nothing has changed. Makiyivska team is just being shuffled," said Grach.
"Chief problem with Dzharty was the Crimean staff. They hit on the people who represented Crimean republican organization of the Communist Party in the government. They started to push them out, blackmail, defame them, and so on. Then in October 2010 they resorted to all measures to which they could: fraud and intimidation, and so on. And they have formed a so-called Crimean parliament. Why "so-called" - because it is not the Crimean. The parliament of Crimea should be considered Makiyivka parliament. This is a team of outlaws. These are the people that went through street school in early 90's, when they went to markets of Makiyivka with baseball bats and other cities of Donbass and beat up people extorting them. They had a whole repressive mission. In 2010 they went after the chairmen of village councils where the earth was expensive. They did not allow to run for offices and pressured people, had them arrested. There is a list of examples. They broke people's lives, destroyed their health and fates and placed their own officials," said the Crimean politician.
However, he recalled that in 2010 Leonid Malak who committed suicide was nominated for the position of mayor by the Party of Regions. "Another thing is that he could not live up to requests that were put forward by Makiyivka gang. He has become so inconvenient that they started pressuring him."
The politician reminded that at first the mayor, with the involvement of the Ministry of Interior Affairs, had spent some time in a closed psychiatric clinic and then was transferred to the Semashko Republican Hospital.
"They have pushed him to suicide by all that they psychologically and medically put in him. This is exactly their style which Dzharty and Mohylev brought to the Crimea. And in the process of all this there was redistribution of the loot. Just remember the Feingold trial. The way they pressured him. How the prosecutors and police were driving him around in bed with a mask and so on. The biggest lawlessness was displayed by the prosecutor's office head Molitskyy who was brought here by Dzharty. After Odessa he was kicked out of the prosecution. This lawlessness was limitless in regard to bribes because they were constantly increasing. They are gutting people in terms of psychological stability. Today Crimea is run by criminals," stressed Grach.
"Malyy Maiak problem was related to the decision a few weeks ago by the Council of Ministers of Crimea on the allocation of 9,000 hectares of land factually for the needs of Viktor Yanukovych," said the politician.
According to him, this decision applies also to the lands of the Malyy Maiak. "That is why today we must sound the alarm, because such methods that are used today in Crimea to the people who do not agree with Makiyivka gang will lead to a great disaster," summed Grach.