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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"I am not going to object," Burger said. "I am going to give Counsel a free hand."
" Thank you," Perry Mason said. "The questions are preliminary. I merely wanted to point out one or two things to the witness in order to prepare a preliminary foundation for some of the questions I intend to ask later."
" Go ahead, Counselor," Judge Winters said, "in view of the fact that the prosecution is making no objection."
" Did it impress you as improbable," Mason asked, "that a man, using a mask to cover the distinctive portions of his countenance, would exhibit an empty eye socket through that mask, thereby disclosing the most distinctive portion of his features, to wit. the fact that one eye was missing?"
" I'm sure I don't know, sir," Colemar said.
" I'm merely asking you," Mason said, "if that portion of Miss Fenwick's story did not impress you at the time as being unreasonable."
" I don't think so. No, sir."
" Now, obviously," Perry Mason went on, "the fatal shot was fired from a gun which was concealed under a blanket and a quilt, thereby muffling the sound. Isn't that correct?"
" That was what I gathered from my inspection of the premises, sir."
" It is perfectly obvious," Mason said, "that a masked man could not have entered Mr. Basset's study carry

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