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

the face of G, or his answers, must have given you some indication of what it was all about."
" I got the impression that the men were promised freedom."
" Are you sure?" he asked excitedly.
" Yes, I think so," I added, "for a few days later G made a remark to me. `You see, if one is smart, one can get things done by the Communists."'
The detective wrote everything down very carefully. Then he inquired about Kadar. All that I could remember was that Representative G and Kadar seemed to be on good terms, and personally friendly. It was during the interrogation that I heard the rumor that Kadar had become Minister of the Interior. For all I knew, he could still be in that position. Finally I was told to face the wall, and the detective reached for the phone once more.
" Yes ... it's all done. Sure. ..." Then silence.
A few seconds later a door opened, and my interrogator got up. I heard some whispering: "No, Comrade Colonel." That was all I could hear.
A strange voice addressed me. "Is that all you know?" Politely, but rapidly, I wheeled around. The man suddenly disappeared behind the table.
The interrogator shouted, "You look at the wall, or I'll cut you to pieces."
Then the other voice muttered sarcastically, "Don't you be so curious-and be careful. You have to keep quiet about this interrogation in your own interest. It doesn't pay to interfere in our debates. Understand?" he added threateningly. They kept whispering for a while.
Then the door opened, and someone left. "You can turn around now," my interrogator ordered. He took out a match, and lit the papers containing his notes. Carefully, he gathered the ashes and threw them away, then checked for any burnt scraps that remained, and threw them into the stove.

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