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- The speculation was Communist fanatics.Chapter 24 (13% in)
- He is said to be a Venezuelan, the son of a fanatically devoted but not very prominent Marxist attorney (the Ilich is the father's salute to Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, and partially explains "Carlos' " forays into extremist terrorism) who sent the young boy to Russia for the major part of his education, which included espionage training at the Soviet compound in Novgorod.Chapter 13 (15% in)
- My son was a sacrifice, an example to others who opposed the fanatics.Chapter 25 (26% in)
- Fanatics?Chapter 25 (26% in)
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