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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"Well, you can't browbeat me and trap me as though I was a common crook. You can't ..?'
" I'm not trying to browbeat you," Mason said, "and, as far as being trapped is concerned, you're already trapped. You started to say that before you left there tonight Basset was already dead, didn't you?"
" I didn't say I was there at all this evening."
" No," Mason said, smiling, "you didn't say it, but that's a reasonable inference from what you did say."
" You misunderstood what I did say," Brunold told him.
Perry Mason turned to Della Street.
" Have you got it all down-the questions and answers, Della?" he asked.
She looked up and nodded.
Brunold rushed toward Della Street.
" For God's sake! Has everything I've said been taken down? You can't do that. I'll..."
Perry Mason's hands clapped down on the man's shoulder.
" You'll do what?" he asked ominously.
Brunold turned to regard him..
" You try any rough stuff with that young lady," Mason said grimly, "and you'll go out of here so fast and so hard you'll skid all the way down the corridor. Now, sit down and cut out all this beating around the bush and tell me the truth."
" Why should I tell you anything?"

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