Plaintiff in error further testified that as soon as Mead grabbed him he turned and grabbed Mead by the coat collar; that Mead reached into the second cage, which they were back of, and got hold of the nickel-plated gun and then demanded the copy of the letter; that while they were struggling the revolver was discharged; that plaintiff in error cried out, “Berne!

Source: People v. Strause, 290 Ill. 259 (Dec. 17, 1919)