60 A theory from the gentleman standing in left field.
Rolling Up a Network
The man known as T Keane arrived in Adelaide by train from Victoria, he was taken and killed. His clothing and suitcase looted. His body deliberately left near the home of a communist sympathiser known to him from earlier, covert times.
The man known as T Kaldor, a covert associate of both the sympathiser and T Keane arrived in Adelaide by train from Victoria soon after learning of his colleague’s death. He carried a message for the sympathiser. He too was taken, made to write a suicide note then killed. His clothing and suitcase looted. His body was found in a hotel bed.
The suicide note contained, hidden in its content, the word Danetta, meaning abandon ship. The note also referenced to a suitcase, Kaldor’s suitcase.
The agency responsible for both deaths found a coded Rubaiyat in Kaldor’s suitcase. The word Danetta in plain sight in an otherwise coded message. This message was meant for the sympathiser. Her name and phone number were written on the back cover.
The message in his suicide note was meant to be seen by those in his confidence, knowing it would be widely read.
The agency inked over the ‘lightly pencilled’ code and handed a photograph of their work to the police ..
.. but not before tearing out the Tamam Shud slip and placing it in T Keane’s clothing.
This action is construed as a defining message that confirms the agency’s link to both deaths and the end of the network.