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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

show would know the man she had seen leaving the study if she saw him again?"
" Yes, sir, I heard there was such a witness."
" She was in a darkened room, but the light was streaming over her shoulder so that, while her own features were in the shadow, the light illuminated the features of this man after she had torn the mask from his face."
" I heard that was the case, yes."
" What's the object of this?" Burger asked. "Are you trying to get a lot of hearsay evidence into the record? We object to anything Hazel Fenwick may have said."
" It is," Mason pointed out, "part of the res gestae. I have a right to test this witness's recollection upon what happened immediately after he entered the house."
" But," Burger pointed out, "only for the purpose of testing his rtcollection, and not for the purpose of establishing what happened."
" That's all I'm asking him so far."
" Very well," Burger said. "With the understanding that your examination is limited for that purpose, I will make no objection."
Mason turned to Coleman
" Now," he said, "if a man were wearing a mask, it would be because he wished to conceal the distinctive portions of his face, wouldn't it?"
" That question, Counselor," said Judge Winters, "is argumentative."

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