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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

eye speak for itself. In other words, we will not ask this witness to qualify as an expert. We will place upon e stand the expert whom he consulted and let Em identify the eye."
He turned to Perry Mason and said, "You may crossexamine."
" You are certain that it was a man's voice that you heard?" Mason asked, "referring to the time that you heard the conversation through the keyhole of Mrs. Basset's room?"
" I didn't say it was through the keyhole," the witness snapped.
Mason's smile was urbane.
" But it was through the keyhole, was it not, Mr. Secret Service Man?"
A titter ran through the courtroom. Judge Winters pounded with his gavel.
" Go on," Mason said, "answer the question. Was it or was it not through the keyhole?"
" I heard it through the keyhole, yes," Overton said.
" Exactly," Mason remarked. "Now, what did you see through the keyhole?"
" I couldn't see anything. That is, nothing that was of any value."
" Could you see Mrs. Basset moving around in the room?"
" I saw someone."
" Do you think it was Mrs. Basset?"

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