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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 7 - DOBERDO

the other prisoners were out walking. Round and round they went in the small courtyard. Sometimes we could hear the yelling or cursing of a guard.
" Keep your head down, you swine! Don't you dare to look up! Keep about three yards behind that other gangster!"
These must be real criminals, we figured. After all, if they were political prisoners, we would recognize them. All of them, however, were ugly, worn individuals with haggard faces, all looking alike. Once Almos kept looking for a longer time.
" Why, look," he exclaimed, "who is that if not NN, and that one over there is BB . . . unbelievable."
" Your eyes must be cheating," we answered him. But then we all climbed up and convinced ourselves that many of our political friends were walking in this group of dirty bumsformer cabinet members, secretaries of state, and leading personalities of non-'Communist political parties.
Suddenly the door behind us opened quietly. We turned around and saw two guards.
" Listen here," one of them said. "This is the strictest part of the prison. Any breach of discipline will be ruthlessly punished. If you look out that window once more, we'll put you on disciplinary. In any case, we have special instructions concerning you."
When they left, we looked at each other and laughed. None of us took them too seriously. We had heard things like this before. We knew that once a man has been convicted, he really doesn't care about minor details.
One day they took Rubletzky out. He did not return. We tried to figure out the mystery. Where had they taken him? A week later a prisoner who was on the cleaning detail whispered through the cell door that Rubletzy had been returned. We were quite excited. We knew that they must have taken him away for some really important reason. Maybe our court trial was just a hoax and there would be a change in our situation,

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