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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"Yes. And she got a nice bonus from Pete Brunold."
" Good for Brunold. He's great stuff for the sobsisters, isn't he? . . . Thelma Bevins came through splendidly."
" What would you have done, Chief, if she'd fallen down? She could have become frightened, you know, and told the whole story before she got on the witness stand."
" The nice part of it was," Mason said, "that she couldn't. If she told Burger the story of what actually had happened, Burger would have become convinced she was a clever liar and was simply trying to protect me. Using the build-up that I did, Burger hypnotized himself on her identity. And the more she denied it, the more he'd have become certain she was lying."
" But suppose something had happened?"
" I could have blasted it out of Colemar," he said slowly, "on cross-examination. But I didn't want to do it."
" Why?"
" Because then it would have looked as though I'd slipped one over on Burger. Burger gave me a square deal. I wanted to give him one. Burger has a horror of prosecuting an innocent man. That's a distinct asset so far as I'm concerned. Looking back on this case, his recollections are going to be very pleasant. He'll give me the breaks the next time I want him to investigate some particular piece of evidence."

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