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WHY DID THEY CONFESS?

Mrachkovsky seized the glass and the ashtray which was put before him, threw them on the floor, and shouted:
" So you want to bribe me? You can tell Stalin that I loathe him. He is a traitor. They took me to Molotov (the Soviet Premier) who also wanted to bribe me. I spat in his face."
Sloutski finally spoke up:
" No, Comrade Mrachkovsky, I did not steal the Orders of the Red Banner. I received them in the Red Army, on the Tashkent front, where I fought under your command. I never considered you a reptile and do not regard you as one even now. But you have opposed and fought against the party? Of course you have. Well, the party has now commanded me to question you. And as for those wounds, look at this." And Sloutski bared part of his body, exhibiting his own war scars.
" These too, came from the civil war," he added. Mrachkovsky listened, pondered, and then said:
" I don't believe you. Prove it to me."
Sloutski ordered that his official biographical sketch be brought from the files of the Ogpu. He gave it to Mrachkovsky to read. Then he said:
" I was connected with the revolutionary tribunal after the civil war. Later the party switched me to the Ogpu administration. I am now only doing my assignment, carrying out orders. If the party orders me to die, I shall go to my death." (Sloutski did exactly that when, eighteen months later, it was announced that he had committed suicide.)
" No, you have degenerated into a police hound, into a regular Okhrana agent," broke in Mrachkovsky. Then he stopped, hesitated, and continued: "And yet, apparently, all the soul has not yet gone out of you."

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