Life is hell in Russian ruled Crimea
EXCLUSIVE: A MailOnline reporter found claims that residents in Crimea, which was annexed by Russian president Putin in February, are being murdered for speaking Ukrainian, hounded in the street if they talk back to police, and facing desperate food shortages. They cannot even access their savings because the Ukrainian banks have been shut, and the formerly bustling resort is like a ghost town, with even the strippers (right) complaining they are no longer paid. President Putin stands accused of plundering the region's famous wine cellars.That is what happens when the despots take over. It suggest that the Russians are no longer being greeted as liberators. It also suggest the Russians are really fearful of losing control of the situation in Crimea.