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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"Where did you work?"
" In the part Mr. Basset had set aside for his office."
" Did you have occasion, from time to time, to talk with Mrs. Basset?"
" Frequently."
" Did you ever have an occasion to converse with her concerning the amount of life insurance Mr. Basset was carrying."
" Yes, sir." "
" When was that conversation?"
" Objected to as incompetent, irrelevant, and immaterial," Mason said.
" Overruled," snapped Judge Winters, his countenance cold as granite.
" Your Honor," Burger said, "I intend to prove motive by this witness. I feel that I am within my rights, and..."
" The objection has been overruled," Judge Winters said. "Moreover, this Court will never sustain an objection that such a question is not material. Experience shows that the motive of gain is one of the most compelling motives in murder cases. If the prosecution can establish this as a motive, it is undoubtedly entitled to do so."
Mason shrugged his shoulders and settled down in his chair.
" This conversation," the witness said, "took place about three days before Mr. Basset's death."

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