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nothing he could say for me, except that I had a wife and a child, and the court should have mercy.
Still, I fared better than Bela Zsedenyi, whose lawyer exclaimed: "All this trouble began for my client because he is so stubborn; even here in court, he denies everything. This client of mine, who claims to be a university professor, is obviously a primitive and ignorant man." He was confused and started stuttering.
Judge Olty saved him by saying: "Thank you, Comrade, please don't bother to continue. We all know what you wanted to say. Thank you very much."
The lawyer sat down. For a long time afterward whenever we wanted to pull the leg of old Zsedenyi, we used to tell him: "You see Uncle Bela, even your lawyer said that you are an idiot and ignorant. At least our lawyers did not tell us that." Old Zsedenyi always became angry at this.
Then came the exciting moment when sentences were pronounced: "Life imprisonment; life imprisonment; life imprisonment; fifteen years; fifteen years." This was the fate of the five defendants.
I felt relieved. The State Attorney rose. He asked for the death sentence. They asked me if I wanted to appeal.
" No, no thanks," I replied, remembering the Rat's warning. The trial was over. I had ten cigarettes, a piece of apple pie, as well as a good book saved in my cell. I hoped they would take me back there, or perhaps I'd meet my wife immediately. Oh God, that would be just wonderful, I thought.
Unfortunately, life is full of frustrated hopes. This was one of them. They put us immediately into the Black Maria, and we were taken out of Budapest, to the country. Soon we saw the ancient walls of the enormous prison in Vac. What a shame about the saved-up cigarettes and apple pie!
In no time they tore off our clothing, and we had to put on dirty, worn prison uniforms. The sweat of many prisoners had

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soaked through the rough uniforms. One of the boots I got was size ten and a half; the other one was size thirteen. We were thrown into one big cell.
The others had also been promised that they would meet their families immediately after the trial. All we could do was laugh bitterly that we had believed, even for a minute, the words of the AVO men.

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