In the building of the Soviet, where we came to exchange our horses, there was being held a meeting of the "Cheka."
And so we talked the members of the "Cheka" round to everything that we wanted.
In every Siberian "Cheka" I could have had this end so joyfully accorded me.
They were the results of the bloody work of the "Cheka" at Minnusinsk.
He is the commissar of the 'Cheka' and she is the agent of this establishment.
early Soviet secret police, 1921, from Russian initials of Chrezvychainaya Komissiya "Extraordinary Commission (for Combating Counter-Revolution);" set up 1917, superseded 1922 by G.P.U.