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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 14 - WAITING FOR THE BREAK

One day, the guard informed me that I was to hand my work over to somebody else. This sound like good news, for it was the usual procedure when a prisoner was about to be freed. Once I had complied with this order, I was taken to the infamous political prison of Fo Utca, where I was assigned to a private cell. I was sure that this change meant the reopening of my case according to my request.
This prison experience again differed from the others. The place appeared to be a busy one, and the guards only showed up to hand in my food through the opening in the cell door.
Late one afternoon, I was taken up from my cell for interrogation. The room I entered was full of people, engaged in a lively conversation which stopped abruptly when I came in. In a corner of the room sat a short man in civilian dress, with a sarcastic gleam in his small eyes. Immediately, I recognized that piercing look. It was the Rat.
I was led through the room into a larger study. Behind a huge desk sat the Attorney General, the infamous Alapi, a cruel, intelligent man, fit to serve as model for a statue of Satan. He offered me a seat.
" Why are you here?" was his first question.
" I don't know," I replied.
" Try to think," he ordered.
" Well, sir," I answered hesitantly, "perhaps because I petitioned that my case be reopened; that's probably what you're about to do."

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