Jewish museum in Vilna: "In an apartment at 10 Ariogalos St., where welder Akiva Puchart lived, Lithuanian volunteers killed entire family. On the wall for many days after pogrom it was possible to see inscription written in blood "Iden nekoma". It was written with finger dipped in blood by some member of the family before he/she died." I guess mr. Arad receieved the message.
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from the article: Lithuania asks to quiz ex-Yad Vashem head over WWII killings