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Pointing to a dossier on his desk, Kedrov said:
" Read this and you'll know what it's all about."
The dossier was several hundred pages long, and consisted of various questionnaires, affidavits, etc., also letters of recommendation which Dedushok had received at various times. Finally I came to his cross-examination-which had not been conducted by Kedrov. After about twenty typed questions and answers of a more or less formal nature, the regular questioning broke off and the paper continued with a long story in Dedushok's own hand. I think I know what happened. The Ogpu investigator was either impatient, or, as was often the case, very tired. He told Dedushok to write his whole story in his own words, in the presence of a guard. I read Dedushok's story and saw that, although he had signed a formal confession, he was completely innocent. Closing the dossier, I said to Kedrov :
" VVhat kind of a case is this, anyhow? A book of nearly six hundred pages which says nothing at all, and then at the end :
" `Dedushok admits his guilt, and the investigator recommends to the Ogpu collegium that he be sent to Solovietsky Island for ten years.' The collegium, with the signature of Agranov, approves."
" Well, I looked it over too," Kedrov said, "and I can't make it out."
It was nearly midnight when Kedrov 'phoned the Commandant in the Isolator and asked that Dedushok be sent to his office. Ten minutes later Dedushok was brought in by a guard. Tall, sharp-featured, handsome, dressed in a clean white shirt, and carefully shaven, he was surprisingly the same. The only startling change after three years was that his hair had turned completely white. He stared at Kedrov who

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