A young Soviet Jewish immigrant to Israel, who wished to remain anonymous due to family in the Soviet Union, tells of a party at the Moscow home of a senior KGB officer: "Much vodka was drunk and the younger men at the party began to speak of dissidents and the rough time they must have in prison. The KGB officer said, "don't you believe it; things aren't so tough as they used to be. Why I have a Swede under my charge in Lubyanka who's been inside for over 30 years!" The young Russian heard of Wallenberg in Israel for the first time and filed a report at the Swedish Embassy in Israel.