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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

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" He then said it was necessary for him to have an eye to take the place of the one he had lost at once, so that he could either claim he had never lost the eye, or, if it appeared more to his advantage to do so, he could claim that someone had stolen his eye and substituted a counterfeit, and that he was afraid the person who had stolen the eye intended to `plant' it where it would get him into trouble."
" And you're certain," Burger asked, "that the man who made these statements to you was none other than the defendant, Peter Brunold, who is now sitting here in court?"
" Yes, sir."
Burger smiled triumphantly at Perry Mason.
" Now, Counselor," he said, "you may cross-examine."
Perry Mason nodded, got to his feet, pounded his heels belligerently across the courtroom to the counsel table where the district attorney sat.
" Please let me have that second eye," he said, "which was marked, for identification, People's Exhibit B."
Burger handed him the eye in the stamped envelope, saying, as he did so, "Please be very careful to return the eye to that marked envelope, Counselor."
Perry Mason said, "Certainly. I am no more anxious than you are to get these eyes confused, although, with the expert testimony you have produced, we should be

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