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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"Twenty-four hours before."
" Was that," asked Burger, spacing the words so as to get the utmost dramatic effect from the question, "the first time you had ever seen that bloodshot glass eye?"
" No, sir," said Overton.
Judge Winters did the witness the honor of leaning forward and cupping his hand back of his ear, so that he might miss no word.
Burger asked impressively, "When did you first see that eye?"
" About one hour before I first saw it in Basset's possession."
" Where was it then?"
" Just a moment," Perry Mason said. "I object to the question on the ground that it is incompetent, irrelevant, immaterial, assumes a fact not in evidence, and no proper foundation has been laid."
" Specifically, what does your objection relate to, Counselor," Judge Winters asked.
" To the fact that it is a conclusion of the witness as to whether the eye which he saw in the hand of the dead man is the same eye that he saw twenty-four hours before or twenty-five hours before, depending upon which occasion he is now about to testify to. Your Honor will remember that there was an identification mark placed upon the eye when it was taken from the hand o f the dead man. The witness is able to testify now and identify the bloodshot eye by reason of that

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