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ing a blanket and a quilt folded over his arm, and got close enough to his victim to have fired a shot, without having alarmed Mr. Basset. Isn't that true?"
" I would suppose so."
" Yet, from the position in which Mr. Basset's body was found, it appeared that he had been sitting at his desk and had simply slumped forward when the shot was fired. He had made no struggle, had not pulled the gun which was in a shoulder holster. Isn't that correct?"
" Your Honor," Burger interrupted, "these questions are plainly argumentative and speculative. This wit ness is not an expert and ..."
Perry Mason smiled urbanely.
" I think," he said, "that Counsel is entirely correct."
A commotion took place in the back of the courtroom. Men swirled about into little,'grunting eddies of human flotsam.
Perry Mason raised his voice so that he held the attention of the Court.
" Your Honor will understand," he said, "that this witness has definitely placed both of the defendants in compromising positions. I feel, therefore, that I am entitled to examine him as to his motives, and . . ."
The disturbance in the back of the courtroom grew in volume. A man's voice said, "We're officers. Make way!"
Judge Winters pounded his gavel and looked at the

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