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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 9 -STRANGE EVENTS

The Gipsy greeted us as old friends and gave us special treatment. His rest home was not as full as usual, but the guests were specially selected.
One evening the Gipsy came, and with a sense of humor informed me: "Pick up your junk, and let's go. You're being taken away, either to be hanged or to be freed."
They took me up to the prison commander. It was past midnight and most unusual. After nine at night there was hardly a stir in the house. The prison commander glanced at me and said to the two guards, "This is the one. You can take him, Comrades."
My eyes were blindfolded, and I was manacled. They led me down some stairs and put me into the prison van. My heart was pounding as it did when I went out on my first date. I knew something important was about to happen.
When we got out of the van, they removed my blindfold. I recognized one of the infamous Budapest prisons. They put me in a cell and gave me food which was decent but not enough. With my bones sticking out of my thin body, I could hardly sleep on the hard prison cot. The next morning I was taken out for interrogation. The questions seemed very unusual. They were about men and institutions which ceased to exist long ago. I couldn't possibly figure out what they were after. Their questions puzzled me.
" Tell me, whom in the Smallholders Party did you regard as the man built-in by the Communists?"
I mentioned a few names as a guess.
" Let's presume," the AVO man said, "that you are correct. But tell me about G, who was a member of Parliament. With whom in the Communist Party did he maintain contacts?"
" How on earth could I know that?" I was on the verge of blurting out, when I remembered some small incidents. This Representative G, once, when I was Mayor, used the telephone in my office to reach Gabor Peter, the infamous boss of the AVO. On yet another occasion I heard him talk over the phone

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