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Old 12-19-2017, 12:20 PM
Scott Nelson Scott Nelson is offline
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But 1895 was only a year after Macnaghten's February 1894 Memorandum wherein Kosminski's name is mentioned. It therefore seems inconceivable that Swanson would not have known the name "Kosminski" a year later and that Kosminski must be the one Swanson was referring to (mistakenly?) as then "dead".
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