Regarding the official sources of the aggressor-State, from January 1, 2021, Deputy of the General Prosecutor of the Russian Federation Viktor Grin’ was fired. It was this Russian security official who “ruined” the criminal case against a close associate of the “head of Crimea” Aksyonov, the former “mayor of Yalta” Andrey Rostenko. Grin’s departure additionally shows that Aksyonov’s “Saylem” clan will not have long to use the loot in Crimea. This also hints the situation when the Yalta sanatorium “Russia”, “donated by the Crimean authorities” to the General Prosecutor’s Office of the Russian Federation, no longer guarantees immunity to “officials of the peninsula”.

Deputy Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation Viktor Grin’ played a crucial role in the Crimean events of 2018-2020. Let us remind readers that at the end of May 2018 in Moscow, upon arrival from Copenhagen, the former “mayor of Yalta” Andrei Rostenko, who was “the right hand of the Head of Crimea” Sergei Aksyonov, who for some unknown reasons freely moved around the European Union, was detained by a group of Mikhail Tumanov, General of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation.

This detention took place after the “head of Crimea” “conned” the Director of Russian “Sberbank” German Gref on the issue of ‘building development’ on the Ai-Petri plateau [3] and Mr. Gref decided to take revenge with reprisals against Aksyonov’s closest associate. General Tumanov, who detained Rostenko, arrived in Crimea before and began to collect documents and testimonies from witnesses in order, according to him, to “imprison Aksyonov and his guys” on the fact of the common-criminal group’s actions that had committed hundreds of crimes with land and real estate.

In June 2018, the “head of Crimea” Sergei Aksyonov hurriedly flew to Russian President Putin and spent his “opportunity of one request”, allegedly received in the spring of 2014, to release Rostenko from prison. With Putin’s permission, Aksyonov reached an agreement with Yuri Chaika, at that time the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation, who, moreover, was in conflict with the chief of Tumanov, the Chairman of the Investigative Committee, Alexander Bastrykin.

After this “service” the prosecutor’s Chaika clan received extensive bonuses for the family business in Crimea. On December 17, 2018, the “State Council of the Republic of Crimea”, at the request of Sergei Aksyonov, “voted for the transfer of the sanatorium and recreation complex “Russia” to the balance of the General Prosecutor’s Office of the Russian Federation” [1]. A day after this bribe by the sanatorium, on December 18, 2018, under the official submission of the aforementioned Viktor Grin’, the decision of the Basmanny Court of Moscow to take Andrei Rostenko into custody was canceled.

Because of those events, Putin’s “favorite general” Mikhail Tumanov, known for the leadership of the operation to imprison Mikhail Khodorkovsky, was “deprived of mental equilibrium” and painfully declared in his circle that “the minor Crimean bandits, blamed me like some kind of small dog for arresting Rostenko”.

After that, since 2019, the Aksenov clan began to be considered under the “special protection” of the Russian supreme prosecutor’s mafia. But at the beginning of 2020, the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation Yuri Chaika himself was dismissed. But General Mikhail Tumanov, who has a personal grudge against Sergei Aksyonov and Andrei Rostenko, retained his post, on the contrary.

In the crisis year of 2020, Viktor Grin’, in fact, remained the key high-ranking “defender” of Sergei Aksyonov and Andrei Rostenko in Moscow. But, as it was indicated above, from the new 2021 year, Putin dismissed Grin’ [2]. So it is unlikely that the concurrent mafia will have obstacles in the reprisals against the recently arrested “chief ranger of Crimea” Sergei Kompaneitsev [4] and godfather of “the chairman of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Crimea” Kalinichenko. Also, probably, no one will interfere with the maximum implementation against the “head of Crimea” and the “Saylem” clan of the testimony of the “architect of Putin’s colonization of Yalta” Vitaly Deineka, who was recently given seven years of general regime by the Russians [5]. The “war of all against all” of the occupiers’ clans is thus gaining momentum in the Crimea and across the Crimea.

Evgeny Gaivoronsky. Yalta-Kiev