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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 2 - I MEET THE RAT

"As mayor you worked against the Soviet Union and the Communists. You visited Vienna, Paris, London, and Berne. You tried to get loans for reconstruction from the West for Budapest. That's how you tried to sell the Hungarian People's Democracy down the river to the capitalist imperialists. Naturally, the anti-Communist press glorified you, claiming that you started the reconstruction of Budapest. We know, however, that it wasn't you who did it but the Communist Party. You and your like would much rather have sabotaged the effort. As a patron of the churches you naturally tried to build churches and vestries."
Suddenly, like a magician, he pulled out a photograph. "Here you can see Mayor Kovago with Cardinal Mindszenty, of currency smuggling fame, as they consecrated the chapel of Rokus Hospital," he smirked.
I wasn't surprised by the picture, for that was how it happened. In fact, the newspapers at that time had reported it in detail. However, the way the Rat was holding the photograph, it almost looked as if he had discovered some sinister secret.
" Then during your mayorality you were constantly with imperialist agents. Look at all the pictures-with the British Minister and his deputy, with the American Minister, with the head of the United States Military Mission, with the head of the British Military Mission, with military attaches, journalists, all of them infamous imperialist agents. Naturally they are all friends of Kovago. Then we have the friendships with the conspirators." He started to enumerate those members of my party with whom I was on friendly terms. Most of them had been convicted in the course of the so-called conspiracy trials. The Rat emphasized my friendship with the former Minister of Reconstruction.
" We have plenty against you, Kovago. Think it over. You might as well get ready to confess all your subversive activities. We know everything, and you know your fate." With this he picked up the horoscope once again and started reading, "A career which will skyrocket ... his death will not be devoid of

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