France Captures Two Who Confess to Plot
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France Captures Two Who Confess to Plot

French secret police announced today that they had captured two Yugoslav terrorists, Yaroslav Novak and Ivan Rajitch, and that the two men confessed that they had been sent to France by a secret Yugoslav society.

Police officials declared that the men confessed that they had shared a room with Petrus Kalemen in Paris, before he left for Marseilles to kill King Alexander. The terrorists also confessed, police said, that they had gathered in Munich, Germany, going from there to Zurich, Switzerland, and then to France. They were given instructions to kill King Alexander in Marseilles and if that failed, to try it in Paris.

According to French police, the plot to assassinate King Alexander was hatched by the secret Croatian society, Utasha.

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