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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"A woman?" Mason inquired.
" No," Harry said, with a flash of something like pride. "I don't have to pay women money. They're willing to give me money."
" Whom did you give it to?"
" I gave it to someone to invest."
" Who?"
" That's something I'm not going to tell."
" You've got to tell."
" I'm not going to tell. I'm not going to rat on any one. That's one of the things you can't make me do. Sis has been trying to make me squeal. I won't squeal. I'll go to jail and stay there until I die before I'll turn rat."
Bertha McLane turned toward him.
" Harry," she said, in a pleading voice, "was it that man wha was just here in the office-the man who spoke to you there in the doorway?"
" No," Harry said defiantly; "I just met that bird once"
" Where did you meet him?"
" None of your business."
" What's his name,"
" Leave him out of it."
She turned to Perry Mason, and said, "He had some accomplice, someone who was bleeding him for the money, someone who helped him to rig things up so that he could get the money without being caught."

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