Radio: Underground on the Air

> In the darkness a Norwegian girl screamed, then sobbed. Two men heard her. They remained motionless. They knew she was being raped. But in Quisling Norway "no one shall interfere when a woman screams at night."

> The helmeted sentry crumpled with a guttural gurgle, presently lay still. Beside him a young Polish widow and her companion assessed their handiwork expertly, faded into the night. In sentry garroting, "it is better to work in pairs—a strong woman to do the actual strangling, and an attractive woman to divert the subject's attention. . . ."...

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