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WHY DID THEY CONFESS?

the assassin's associates, Communist youths who had been arrested also. Nothing like this had ever happened in the history of the Soviet Union.
That same evening the chief of the Ogpu; Yagoda, also left Moscow for Leningrad to take over the investigation in his line of duty. There had already been rumours of a coolness between Stalin and Yagoda, but that night marked the beginning of the open break between them. Stalin endeavoured in every way to keep Yagoda from questioning the assassin and his associates.
A mysterious accident befell Yagoda while Stalin was still in Leningrad. While he was being driven at night, bound for a suburb where he expected to interrogate some suspects connected with the Kirov affair, a lorry crashed in a suspicious manner into Yagoda's car. The chief of the Ogpu had the narrowest of escapes, but came out alive from the wreck. In the Ogpu circles in Moscow there was a lot of talk about the "accident."
Very early in the investigation a suspicion arose that Nikolaiev had committed the crime with the direct complicity of the Leningrad Ogpu. The investigation, however, made no effort to clarify this question. Stalin did not give orders for a ruthless examination of the Leningrad Ogpu, who two months before had released this man when arrested with a revolver. Twelve of the higher Ogpu officials, including the chief Medved, were arrested for negligence and given prison sentences varying from two to ten years, but this was not serious. Medved received a sentence of three years. That was in the spring of 1935. A little over two years later I saw Medved in Moscow enjoying full fi-eedom. Both he and his aide, Zaporozhets, had been released by Stalin before the expiration of their terms.

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