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

"No one wanted to reopen your case, you were convicted for your crimes against the people," he answered in a sinister voice.
" But how about the appeal?" I asked, "I've been in prison for five years without knowing anything about the outcome of my appeal."
" You'd better leave appeals alone," he answered, "if you know what's good for you. Don't you remember that I also appealed at the trial, and my appeal was that you be hanged? Aren't you satisfied with your life sentence?" he inquired sarcastically. "Well, yes, sir, but I thought," I tried to explain, "that Socialist legality-"
" Keep your mouth shut," he answered, "you don't deserve Socialist legality. We made the law, and only we decide how it should be applied. Besides, we know you have quite a few crimes to your credit which you never confessed."
After these preliminaries he settled down to a serious interrogation. At first, I did not understand why the Attorney General himself was so interested in a few seemingly unrelated incidents from my past. Then slowly the picture began to emerge. They had arrested Andrew Marton and his wife, who were correspondents of the Associated Press. Their activities as correspondents had been thorns in the side of the Communist regime. Now they were trying to link them to me in a false conspiracy and espionage charge, which they would claim was financed by the United States.
I told him that I met the Martons at several public functions. He asked me whether I ever met them privately.
" Yes," I answered. "I played bridge with them once."
" This must have been just a cover-what happened there?" he demanded.
I started to get angry, for after all these years they were still trying to use me to trap other people on completely false grounds.

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