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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"I'm simply not making any admissions," Mason said: "If my clients want to make admissions they can do so. I never make admissions."
" Go ahead," Basset remarked.
" You want your money."
" Naturally."
" McLane hasn't got it."
" He had an accomplice."
" Do you know who the accomplice was?"
" No. I wish I did."
" Why?"
" Because the accomplice has the money."
" What makes you think so?"
" I'm virtually certain of it."
" Why doesn't the accomplice pay it back then?"
" I don't know all of the reasons. One of them is that the accomplice is a gambler. He has to have a roll in order to gamble. You dig into Harry McLane's mental processes deeply enough, and you'll find that he's figuring on staging a big comeback. He's got sense enough to know that if he and his accomplice pay back all the money Harry embezzled, they won't have any operating capital. A gambler needs something to gamble with.
" Not that I blame them particularly,", Basset said, "if they can get away with it. But they can't get away with it. Not with my money. They're either going to kick through, or go to jail"

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