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The Fixer - Chapter 9, Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9, Part 3 Summary

Julius Ostrovsky is Yakov's lawyer. He finally visits with Yakov and tells him the worst news is that everyone, including the government, knows Yakov is innocent. As he is being kept in increasingly hateful, torturous Anti-Semitic conditions, the government must find a way to prove his guilt or they are admitting their own incompetence. Ostrovsky says there is a committee dedicated to Yakov's cause, but there is a long way to go. Ostrovsky also reports the Shmuel is dead. Yakov weeps at this news and asks to hear more about his case.

Jews are fleeing Kiev in droves in fear of the Black Hundreds, who are raising quite a ruckus over Yakov's case. Ostrovsky assures Yakov that everyone knows the real murderers of Zhenia, but is turning away from the facts in eagerness to condemn Yakov. New facts have come to the surface, including a...

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