Deo Gratias stood on the deck of the Liemba with his prisoners at his feet. I leaned on the rail, studiously casual. Nobody spoke. I was trying to ignore the cuffed men beside us, trying to remain unaffected by the way they were kneeling and shivering. We were in the tropics, it was hot, but they we…
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