Perry Mason was a fictional lawyer invented by the mystery writer Erle Stanley Gardner and portrayed on TV by Raymond Burr. Mason was a genius at cross-examination. Through sheer brilliance and bare-knuckled toughness, he could get to the bottom of any crime. The Perry Mason fallacy (as conceived by Charles Peters, founder of the Washington Monthly; the journalist Jeff Greenfield formulated a variation) is that a smart, aggressive interrogator can always dig out the truth by cross-examining a witness. It’s a fallacy because a real-life Mason may well find that he’s interrogating the wrong witness, while the person who knows the answers evades questioning altogether.
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