A man by the name of Flowers came to see me today. He may be what we have been hoping for. He is one of the men connected with the market in the east end, and has asked us to aid him by bringing over his parents from the west end.
The parents, we are assured, are free of the mark. Flowers who has the mark, now wishes he hadn’t. He does not care what happens to himself, so long as his parents reach freedom from what he sees as a growing oppression.
I brought his case to Lyle with an additional caution. Flowers does not know how much longer those without the mark will be free to move about.