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men had it in for him, and seemed to have "solicitous friends" among the Czech police.
Grylewicz was finally released in the middle of November, after he had refuted, point by point, all the accusations against him, and proved that every scrap of incriminating evideoce against him had been planted. The Ogpu failed in this attempt, whose beginnings I had stumbled upon in Moscow, to prove that the Czech Trotskyists were working with Hitler against the Prague Government. Had the effort succeeded, it would have gone a long way to convince European sceptics that the "evidence" in the Moscow trials was genuine.
The Ogpu even laid plans for a"Trotskyist-Fascist" trial in New York, but until the full story of the disappearance of Juliette Stuart Poyntz, as well as the details of the Robinson-Rubens affair, have been unearthed, it will be impossible to know exactly how far the preparations went.
All that has been established indisputably is that some time between late May and early June 1937, the period of the Grylewicz case in Prague, Juliette Stuart Poyntz, once a prominent leader of the American Communist Party, left her room in the Women's Association Clubhouse at 353 West 57th Street, New York City. Her wardrobe, books and other possessions were found in the room in a state to indicate that she expected to return the same day. She has never been heard of since.
" Donald Robinson" alias Rubens, was arrested in Moscow on December 2, 1937. His wife, an American citizen, was arrested shortly thereafter for entering Russia on a false passport. Robinson, who served many years as an officer in the Soviet Military Intelligence, both in the United States and abroad, has not been heard of since his arrest. His wife, after her

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