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In the passage below, I'm wondering who is who ("me" and "you). Is Jerry the one who was shot by a finger gun?

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It was Italians who had most to fear. One of the nuns’ house guests witnessed an interchange between a German soldier and a Blackshirt that graphically illustrated the Fascists’ predicament: ‘“Me,” said Jerry, “I do this” – and he held up his hands; “you,” pointing an imaginary gun at the republican’s chest, “poum, poum, poum, finish!”’
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