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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

clusion of the witness," Perry Mason said. "This man is now testifying as to the motive of the defendant's question. The words speak for themselves."
" Sustained," Judge Winters said.
" Now, then," Burger went on, his face showing dogged determination, "are you acquainted with Mr. Peter Brunold, one of the defendants in this case?"
" I am, yes, sir."
" When did you first become acquainted with him?"
" About a week or ten days ago."
" How did it happen?"
" He was just leaving the door of the house as I drove up. He said that he had been looking for Mr. Basset but Mr. Basset was out, and he asked me if I knew when Mr. Basset would be back."
" What did you tell him?"
" I told him Mr. Basset would not be back until late."
" And Brunold was coming out of the house at that time?"
" Yes, sir."
" Where had you been?"
" Attending to some errands for Mr. Basset."
" You were driving Mr. Basset's car?"
" Yes, sir, that's right-the big sedan."
" That was the first time you saw Mr. Brunold?"
" Yes, sir."
" Did you see him again at a later date?"
" Yes, sir."

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