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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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" For God's sake - no !" gasped Delbury. "But say, Mr. Dain, this is amazing. This is colossal. You can beat the world with this invention. You "
" Yes, quite. Really it's awfully simple. It's an automatic break through on the insulators. I use the entire telephone system of wires throughout London and plug in on the numbers I require."
" We can lick creation with this!" burbled Shaughnessy excitedly at his elbow.
Dain was silent for a moment. His face had suddenly gone as expressionless as a mask.
" You won't do anything at all with this machine," he said quietly. "The world is not yet ready for it. It is either too civilised or not civilised enough. Every invention made by the brain of man is prostituted to the villainies of criminal requirements. Since I have been investigating crime with this machine I have become appalled at the uses to which decent things are put. The world would not be safe for humanity if criminal gangs became acquainted with the principles embodied in this little plaything of mine. I have had these dynamos running ceaselessly now for two days and nights. Something of the power I have generated was made visible to you when Lazard's gun was snatched from his fingers. I will show you something more."

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