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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

That the only thing on earth that will prevent you from having to answer questions to the police predicated upon such a theory of what might have happened, is an ability to show exactly where you got the money that you paid Hartley Basset and being able to account for your whereabouts at the exact time the murder was committed?"
" Why!" Bertha McLane exclaimed. "You're accusing Harry of murder! Harry wouldn't ever have done . . ."
" Shut up," Mason said, without looking at her. "Let's hear Harry's story first."
Harry jumped up from the chair, turned and walked toward-'the window.
" Aw, nuts," he called over his shoulder. "You know who killed the old buzzard. You ain't going to make me the goat."
" Come back here," Mason said.
" The hell I will!" McLane said, standing with his back to them, looking out of the window. "I don't have to come back and sit in a chair and let you bore your eyes into mine and frame me, so you can get the breaks for some other client of yours."
" Can you," Mason inquired, his face flushing, "show where you got the money that you paid to Hartley Basset?"
" No. . . . Perhaps I could, but I'm not going to."
" You've got to."

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