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WHY DID THEY CONFESS?

"When he was first led into my office, I saw that he limped heavily from the effects of a leg wound he had received in the civil war. I offered him a chair. He sat down. I opened the examination with the words : `You see, Comrade Mrachkovsky, I have received orders to question you.' "
Mrachkovsky replied: " I have nothing to say! In general I do not want to enter into any conversations with you. Your kind are much worse than any gendarmes of the Czar. Suppose you tell me what right you have to question me. Where were you in the revolution? Somehow I do not recall ever hearing of you in the days of the revolutionary war."
Mrachkovsky caught sight of two Orders of the Red Banner which Sloutski was wearing, and continued :
" I never saw your type at the front. As for those decorations, you must have stolen them! "
Sloutski kept silent. He gave his prisoner an opportunity to pour out his bitterness. Mrachkovsky went on:
" You have addressed me as Comrade. Only yesterday I was examined by another one of your kidney. He used different methods. He called me a reptile and a counter-revolutionist. He tried rough stuff on me. Yet I was born in a Czarist prison. My father died in exile in Siberia. My mother there, too. I joined the revolutionary movement and the Bolshevik Party when I was almost a child."
At this point Mrachkovsky rose, and with one swift motion removed his shirt and exposed the scars of the wounds he had received in battles for the Soviet regime.
" Here are my decorations!" he exclaimed.
Sloutski continued his silence. He had tea brought in, and offered the prisoner a glass and some cigarettes.

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