Here the first paragraph from The Economist obituary for Bobby Fischer:
PEOPLE were always coming to get Bobby Fischer. And he was ready for them. In a locked suitcase he kept bottles and bottles of vitamin pills and herbal potions and a large orange-juicer, in case they tried to put toxins in his food. His most precious memorabilia—match notebooks, photo albums, letters from President Nixon—were kept in a filing cabinet in a safe behind two combination locks in a ten-by-ten storage room in Pasadena, California. In the end, as he railed to radio talk-show hosts in Hungary and the Philippines, even all this couldn’t keep him safe from Russians, or Jews, or “CIA rats who work for the Jews”. But he had tried.
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