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Prisoner, why are you out of your cell? Get back inside before I change my mind. What’s your number?
I’ll remember you.
... I won't say anything. I can see you've suffered enough.
Please don't report me, I'll do anything!
... Wrong answer. You've failed my test.
“Prisoner, why are you out of your cell?” Lieutenant Schaffer questioned, running to the escaping enemy soldier. “Get back inside before I change my mind. What’s your number?” “4409,” the prisoner replied as he backed away. “I’ll remember you,” Schaffer said, pointing his gun and leading 4409 back to his cell.
Inside the cell, the two sat in silence as Schaffer wondered what 4409’s story was. He’d heard so many that he couldn’t tell just by looking anymore, but the scars and burns all over 4409 showed enough. “Please,” 4409 begged, “don’t report me, I’ll do anything.” Then, Schaffer felt sympathy for the first time as a soldier. “I won’t say anything,” the lieutenant said. “I can see you’ve suffered enough.”
4409’s face was shocked, but slowly changed to anger. “Wrong answer,” 4409 said as he pulled off his fake rags to reveal his officer’s clothing. “You’ve failed my test.”
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