The boxes were sealed when they arrived in Fürth. Seven or eight, grey, made of metal, Evi Kurz can’t remember exactly how exciting it all was. What was really in the boxes should decide whether their coup succeeds. Negotiations about the delivery had dragged on for months. At some point the money had flowed, transferred to South Africa without Kurz ever seeing the contents. Then the boxes were in front of her.
A year and a half later, at the