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Journey Into the Whirlwind - Part I, Chapter 13, The Investigators Have Conclusive Evidence Summary & Analysis

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In Part I, Chapter 13, Ginzburg is interrogated by Interrogator Livanov, who asks Ginzburg how long she knew Elvov. She tells him she's known Elvov since 1932, but Livanov puts down her answer as her having known the "Trotskyist Elvov since 1932." Ginzburg is incensed at this, and demands to know why her answers are being misreported. Another man in the room, State Security Lieutenant Tsarevsky, reveals that Elvov is in the same cellar, and has confessed against Ginzburg.

Livanov tells Ginzburg if she signs a confession, things will be easier on her. She refuses to sign and is sent back to her cell.

The interrogators are doing everything they can to get ahead of, or around Ginzburg at any cost -even to the point of misstating her answers. Even confronted with the news...

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