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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

Nevada. What those reasons are can have nothing to do with this case."
" But why did you do it?" Judge Winters said sternly. "That's the thing I'm getting at. I don't care to discuss this matter in public until after I've_ ialked it over with you privately. But it seems to me` rthat you have deliberately used the whole process of -this- Court to make everyone in connection with this case appear ridiculous, doubtless hoping to secure some advantage. If that is true, you have been guilty of a flagrant contempt of court and I intend to fine you and imprison you."
" I have done nothing," Mason said. "I didn't bring this young woman here. In fact, under my instructions, she refused voluntarily to leave Nevada. You will doubtless find that because of connivance between the district attorney and the Nevada authorities, she was virtually forced to leave the state and come here."
" She was a vital witness. I had a court subpoena for her, and the subpoena was served on her," Burger
said.
" Exactly," Mason told him. "You are the one that brought her here. You were the one who assumed she was Hazel Fenwick. I didn't bring her here. I didn't make any such assumption. I didn't put her on the stand."
" But what did you hope to gain by doing it?" Judge

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