[Answered] That day I walked to Gestapo headquarters. The red-and-black swastika flew from the flagpole. Uniformed Germans were everywhere. It was

That day I walked to Gestapo headquarters. The red-and-black swastika flew from the flagpole. Uniformed Germans were everywhere. It was a well-known fact that people who entered this building did not always leave it again . . .

No one was in the room except Silberbauer. I got right to the point. “How much money do you want to free the people you arrested the other day?”
He replied, “I’m very sorry. I can’t do anything to you. An order just came down. I can’t deal as freely as I would like to.”
—Anne Frank Remembered, Miep Gies
Which answer best paraphrases the central idea of the passage?
Miep is scared as she enters the Gestapo headquarters.
Miep brought a lot of money to get Anne released.
The Nazi officer doesn’t want to Miep.
Miep tries to bribe the Nazi officer to get the Frank family freed.

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