[Witness spoke in Russian, interpreted as follows:]
There have been outcries from people, and they have been kidnapped or murdered or jailed, and they cannot raise an outcry from there.
Russians in all their speeches are saying proudly that all the citizens who live in Crimea have Russian passports and that nobody is protesting. Indeed, that is true. Everybody has the Russian passport, because if you don't have one, you cannot get a job, you cannot get education for your children, and you can't even get health care. If you went to the hospital, the first thing you'd be asked for is your passport. If you don't have a passport, you might as well just die there.
As far as the outcry goes, even those who supported the occupation but were hoping to speak out at the protests and defend their rights, as they could when Ukraine was in control, are also suffering repression. They are being beaten up.
I have seen Crimean Kazakhs on YouTube who were defending their rights. They were picketing with some demands at a building, and they were being beaten up. They were shouting, “Hey, we are Russians. Why are you beating us up? We're not Crimean Tatars.” So even those people who support the occupying state are also being repressed.