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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

cute you for perjury if you lie, and the Judge will jail you for contempt of court if you don't talk."
Her lips remained closed.
Burger's face took on a darker shade. He glared across the courtroom at Perry Mason, who, urbanely nonchalant, was lighting a cigarette.
Burger took a watch from his pocket and said, in that same hoarse voice, "I'm giving you one more chance. You have just sixty seconds to talk, and talk straight."
He stood staring at his watch. Thelma Bevins, standing very straight, stared past him, -her eyes fixed 'disdainfully upon distance, her face very white, her lips clamped together.
An enterprising newspaper reporter, taking advantage of the fact that court was not in session, focused his camera, raised a flashlight bulb, and shot a picturea picture which showed Thelma Bevins grim and defiant, Burger holding his watch, belligerent and impatient, while, in the background, Perry Mason, watching them with an expression of sardonic humor on his face, was puffing a cigarette.
Burger whirled on the reporter and shouted, "You can't do that!"
" Court ain't in session," the reporter said, turning and pushing his way through the crowd with his prized picture.
Burger snapped his watch in his pocket.

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