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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

to stipulate something which can't be stipulated to."
" Why not?" Perry Mason asked.
" Because it isn't a fact," said Burger. "This man is a reputable investigator, and..."
" They're all the same," Mason interrupted.
Judge Winters banged his gavel. "Gentlemen," he said, "I am going to have no more such discussions. And you, Mr. Mason, will make no more interpolations. You will confine pur remarks to the Court and the cross-examination of witnesses, subject to your right to make objections in a proper and respectful manner."
Perry Mason nodded, sprawled out in his chair and smiled slightly.
" Your Honor," he said, "I beg the Court's pardon."
" Go on, Mr. Burger," said Judge Winters.
Burger took a deep breath, seemed to control his temper with an effort and said, "Just answer the ques tion, Mr. Overton. What other duties did you have?"
" I was employed by Mr. Basset to keep him advised as to certain things that went on in his household."
" What things?"
" He told me that he wanted me to be his listening post."
" Was `listening post' the expression he used?"
" Yes."
" Now, then, let me first lay the preliminary foundation. When did you last see Hartley Basset?" "On the fourteenth."

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