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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 5 - HIGH HOPES AND A LETDOWN

with Daddy Longlegs detailed my activities along these lines. As a matter of fact, all my political activities were anti-Communist, and could be interpreted in that light.
We compiled the material for the court trial. It was, by and large, acceptable to me, with the exception of only a few distorted sentences. It did include a charge that I had volunteered to be an agent for the Western Powers, but otherwise it was made up of my political beliefs and actions, for which I was to be convicted from the Communist point of view.
After about a week, Daddy Longlegs informed me: "Tomorrow I will present this material to my superiors. If it is accepted, I will not feel that I helped to convict someone on false charges."
" I understand," I replied. "I will always be grateful to you for that."
" It will be all right," he said.
The next day I didn't see him. On the third morning we had an interview.
" There's a chance," he explained, "that some modifications of the charges will be made, but there is also a chance that it will be accepted as it is. You see, there are people even in the AVO who try to work for justice. Tomorrow you'll be transferred to the Marko Street prison, and soon you'll stand trial. Don't be frightened. I know that any change disturbs you. You will see me there. I hope you won't claim that I used force to get this confession."
" No, you can be sure of that."
" Here's another cigarette." He tried to encourage me by saying that in the next prison I would be better off. I would receive books, cigarettes, and might even see my wife.
I asked him if by any chance he could take out a message to my wife.
" That I can't do," he said. "Write a letter to her, and if I get permission from my superiors, I'll be glad to take it to her."
I scribbled a few lines, trembling with excitement.

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