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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

Winters asked. "Why did you advise her not to answer questions?"
" I'll answer that question," Perry Mason told him, "only upon condition that I may answer it fully and completely and without being interrupted."
" I make no promises," Burger said, "except that you are going before the Grand jury and that in the meantime you are going to consider yourself in custody."
" I," Judge Winters said, "will be glad to hear your explanation. I feel that it is due me and, perhaps, is due you. You have the reputation for being a very clever and adroit attorney. There is usually some reason back of what you do. I would be glad to know what it was in this case."
" Very well, judge," Mason said. "Everyone in this room has lost sight of the fact that there is one man who had reason to fear Hazel Fenwick more than any other mortal on earth. That man is the murderer of Hartley Basset.
" He didn't know what Hazel Fenwick looked like. Therefore, if the district attorney should produce some woman who apparently was Hazel Fenwick and put her on the stand, that man would think that the jig was up. He would naturally resort to flight.
" I think you are all overlooking the significance of my comments in court to the effect that Brunold could not have committed this crime because he would not have deliberately placed his own eye in Hartley Bas-

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