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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"Then I won't object," Mason announced smilingly.
" Answer the question," said Judge Winters.
" I was a detective."
" A private detective?" Burger inquired.
" No, sir, I was employed by the United States sovernment in connection with some of its intelligence work. I left the government and took employment with the municipal police department on the detective bureau. I had been working only a few days when Mr. Basset approached me and asked me to accept employment as his chauffeur."
Perry Mason settled back in his chair. His eyes drifted over to Brunold's face, then to Sylvia Basset.
Brunold, flanked by a deputy, sat with an expressionless face. Sylvia Basset's eyes were wide with surprise.
" During the time you were employed as chauffeur for Hartley Basset, did you have any duties other than driving an automobile?" Burger asked.
" We'll stipulate," Perry Mason said, with a sneer in his voice, "that this man was employed to spy upon the wife of Hartley Basset and that he endeavored to ingratiate himself with his master by reporting facts which made such espionage seem necessary."
Burger was on his feet.
" Your Honor," -he thundered, "I object to such tactics on the part of the defense. He is seeking to discredit the testimony of this witness by a slurring offer

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