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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 10 - THE CRY OF THE BEATEN WOLVES

I glanced at my companion. "This is the end," he whispered, his face deathly pale. "They're shooting men like animals in the center of the compound," I replied in a low voice.
" Yes, and they seem to be coming towards our cell," he said in a voice of despair. "God bless you," I told him, as I offered my hand and said good-bye. "If either of us survives, let's try to inform the other's family."
" Look, Misi," he replied unexpectedly, "I want to tell you something very serious. Now that we are close to death, I want to tell you that I have a clear conscience. It looks as though I am guilty, but I succeeded in fooling these gangsters many times, so help me God."
I looked at him. His eyes brimmed with tears. At this moment we heard the key turn in the lock. "It won't do any of us much good to know this now," I answered, "I doubt if I'll even have a chance to pass it on, and up there they don't need any witnesses. . . ."
The cell door opened, and I heard the voice of the guard who worked on our corridor saying: "These are engineers, don't take them down." At the same instant, two animal-like figures jumped into the cell. They were panting, sweat was running down their faces, and they looked like boxers after the sixth round. They began to slap our faces as hard as they could. "Come on, tell us all you know about the escape," they shouted at us.
They left as quickly as they had come. From the end of the corridor, however, I could still hear the painful howling of prisoners being beaten mercilessly. Then, at last, the prison was quiet again.
We learned the following day that, after an escape from our prison had occurred, guards from another institution were brought in to us with the specific assignment of beating every prisoner. It was our good fortune that by the time they got to our corridor, they were already tired. They also had instructions

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