Receptionist in Alcron, director of the House of Fashion and death due to cancer: The brains for the provocative action never punished Kamen

Receptionist at Alcron, director of the House of Fashion and death with a brain tumor. Such was the fate of the three heads behind the Stone Action. Her point was to provoke selected targets – anyone who had a problem with the new regime after the coup was an ideal victim. With constant interrogations and arrests, the communists cornered them and then offered them a border crossing through a fake American agent. This occurred including a credible interrogation with an American officer across the German border.

But the border was not real – the refugees were then arrested by the StB and sent to court. Some received harsh punishments in labor camps, others even rope. The event was conceived and managed by three men – Evžen Abrahamović, Amon Tomašoff and Emil Orovan. The first mentioned was the only one from his family to survive the Nazis’ rampage, even though he himself ended up in the Auschwitz concentration camp. He ended up as an uneducated doctor and lawyer, as well as a staunch communist. He worked for the StB, where he also suffered a serious gunshot wound. In retirement, he then worked as a director of the House of Fashion. At the age of ninety-two, the police started prosecuting him due to provocations. But Abramovich died within a few months.

Emil Orovan was also accused in 2013 because of the Stone Action. An ordinary mechanic immediately after the war became a part of state security, and over time he was given prominent tasks, including the arrest of informers or the administration of communist concentration camps. After six years with the communists, he left at his own request and started working as a receptionist in Alcron. In 1969 he emigrated with his family. Even Interpol has been looking for him since the revolution, but in vain. Allegedly, he managed to return to Bohemia before his death.

However, the life of Amon Tomašoff was interesting. Before the war he studied in Great Britain, he never returned to the Czech Republic. He claimed to have joined the services of the Norwegian, American, Belgian and Polish merchant marines, worked as a factory worker in Canada, a waiter in Trinidad, as a supervisor on a sugar plantation in British Guiana, or as an interpreter at an American military base in the Amazon. But he refused to give up the adventurous life even while working for the StB, and thus ended in infamy. The communists already threw him overboard in 1949. Tomašoff then worked as a laborer. He died 4 years later at the age of 31 due to a malignant brain tumor.

Receptionist in Alcron, director of the House of Fashion and death due to cancer: The brains for the provocative action never punished Kamen


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