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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 6 - PRISON FOR LIFE

The new prison was a fantastic change; it seemed almost like paradise on earth, for instead of the animal-like cage, I was taken into a beautiful large cell. There were two beds in it, complete with mattresses, sheets, blankets, and pillows. I could not get over the sight of the pillows. It was almost six months since my arrest, and I had not slept in a bed since. There were big windows and the autumn sunshine streamed through them. This made the room bright and cheerful. I could hardly believe my eyes.
The guard addressed me courteously: "If you need anything, just let me know please; that's why we're here. Are you
hungry?"
" As a matter of fact, I am," I replied.
" We will serve food within ten minutes," he promised. With this he left. I sat wondering in my cell. Then the door opened again. An impressive-looking gentleman entered. He wore military trousers with a red stripe, indicating his high rank. His jacket, however, was civilian. I could hardly get over all this. What's it all about? I wondered. Such an honor. This must be the prison commander. I rose and greeted him.
" Good day, sir."
" Good day to you," he answered in a friendly tone. "How do you feel?"
" I feel much better now, thanks," I replied. "But I am anxious to get a lawyer and to see my wife." "Oh, we'll see to that. You will see your wife. You'll get a

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