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to help Akulov? We met Akulov with violent hostility! Yagoda did everything he could to make Akulov's work more difficult. And we, Comrades, not only supported Yagoda's sabotage, but went further. I must say frankly the entire party organization in the Ogpu was devoted to sabotaging Akulov."
Artuzov's nervous gaze sought some token of approval in Yezhov's angular little face. He felt that the moment had come to take the offensive in his maneeuvre to deflect suspicion from himself.
" I ask you who was the head of the Party Organization in the Ogpu at that time?" He paused for a moment, and then shouted: "Sloutski!"
Having thrown his comrade to the lions, Artusov descended triumphantly from the platform.
Sloutski, then Chief of the Foreign Division of the Ogpu, rose to defend himself. He too was an old experienced Bolshevik. He too knew what was at stake. Sloutski began rather poorly, sensing that the cards were stacked against him.
" Artusov has sought to picture me as Yagoda's closest associate. I reply, Comrades : Of course, I was the Secretary of the Party Organization in the Ogpu. But was it Artusov or I, who was a member of the collegium of the Ogpu? I ask you, could anyone at that time have been a member of the collegium, the highest organ of the Ogpu, without having the full confidence and approval of Yagoda? Artusov asserts that by my `good work' in the service of Yagoda as secretary of the party organization, I obtained an assignment abroad, that I received this in recognition of my sabotage of Akulov. I utilized this assignment, according to Artusov, for the purpose of establishing contact between Yagoda's espionage organization and his masters abroad. But I assert that my assignment abroad was given upon Artusov's own determined

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