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Who is the "police detective, retired?"

Reader comment on item: The JFK Assassination's Continued Importance
in response to reader comment: Could JFK have been killed by an accidental shot from a Secret Service gun?

Submitted by John in Michigan (United States), Nov 26, 2013 at 23:10

@James Guest (Australia)

Sir,

Did you know that of the (by my count) 229 words in your otherwise excellent comment, over half of them (116) consisted of a single sentence? Breath, man!

Another question, when you wrote,

"...you may know the learned Paul Monk. I seek your opinion, as I did nt that blog post, concerning Paul's dismissive way of dealing with the plausible idea that the recent film and book (by an Australian police detective, retired) reviving an earlier idea about how JFK was killed was in fact a non-starter."

Who is the "Austrialian police detective, retired?". It would help posterity a great deal to know the name of this authority, perhaps with a link?

And while you're at it, I'll bite: Who is Paul Monk?

Kindly,

- Another Citizen.

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