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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"So that, if a murderer, emerging from a place where he had committed a murder, exhibited an empty eye socket, it would be because he had, himself, deliberately removed the artificial eye which was in that socket. Isn't that a fact, Doctor?"
" I would say so-yes. That is, of course, conceding that the murderer wore an eye which was properly fitted."
" Such an eye as that which was first given you by the district attorney, and which was claimed to have been found in the hand of Mr. Hartley Basset?"
" Yes."
" That eye, in your opinion, was carefully fitted?"
" Yes, sir. That eye was made by an expert."
Mason waved his hand.
" That is all, Doctor," he said. "Thank you."
Burger leaned forward in frowning attention. His eyes were puckered into a worried look.
" Your next witness," said Judge Winters.
" Mr. Jackson Selbey."
A well-tailored individual, wearing a very high, starched collar, shuffled importantly forward, held up a well-manicured right hand, took the oath, walked to the witness chair, carefully hitched up his trousers, so as to preserve the crease, crossed his knees, and smiled at Burger, after the manner of one who is accustomed to discharging his duties with dapper efficiency.
" Your name?" Burger asked.

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