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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"I don't have to."
" I've got to be able to give the police that evidence, Harry, or they're going to arrest you." "Let them arrest me, then."
" It's more serious than that. If you can't show that you paid this money and secured legitimate possession of those notes, the police are going to think that you secured possession of them illegally."
" To hell with the police."
" It isn't what the police think; it's what a jury's going to think. Remember, young man, that the evidence would show that you were an embezzler. The prosecution would claim Basset was going to send you to jail-you killed him to keep him from doing so."
" Aw, nuts," Harry McLane said again, but kept looking out of the window.
Mason shrugged his shoulders and turned toward Bertha McLane.
" I'm simply telling you," he said.
" Do the police know about those embezzlements?"
" No, but they will."
Harry McLane turned from the window.
" Listen," he said, "don't let this guy kid you, Sis. He knows who killed Basset, or, if he doesn't, he's a damn fool, but he'd like to make a nice fee for himself putting me on the spot. We're finished with this guy right now. The more you let him talk to me the more of a frame-up he's going to pull on me."

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