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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"That's right."
" What possible object would anyone have in doing that?"
" That's what I want to know. That's what I'm here to find out."
The lawyer raised a quizzical eyebrow. "Here to find out?" he asked.
Brunold narrowed his lids until they were mere slits. He lowered his voice and said, "Suppose someone stole that eye in order to get me in bad?"
" Just what do you mean?"
" An eye is an individual thing. Very few people have exactly the same colored eyes. Artificial eyes, when they're well made, are as distinctive in style of workmanship as an artist's painting. You know what I mean. Half a dozen artists may paint a tree. All of the paintings will look like the tree, but there'll be something distinctive about each one that will show what artist painted it."
" Go on," the lawyer said, "tell me the rest of it."
" Suppose," Brunold said, "someone who wanted to get me in bad stole one of my eyes and left me a counterfeit? Suppose a crime was committed-a burglary, or, perhaps, a murder, and my eye was left at the scene of the crime? I'd have one hell of a time explaining to the police that I wasn't there."
" You think the police could identify your eye?" the lawyer inquired.

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