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After the battle of Waterloo, General Ney of the French army received a death sentence and was reportedly executed by firing squad on December 7th, 1815. However a gentleman called Peter Ney, who died in the year 1846, claimed to be the General. It was never proven that he actually was the General. However, many things point towards the truth of his claim. Which of thes is not one of them?

A.On the boat to the US he was spotted and recognized by a former soldier under his command
B.When he arrived in the US - safe from prosecution - he identified himself as the General, but he was not believed
C.A famous New York handwriting specialist identified his writing as that of the general
D.He had surprising knowledge of the family background and the military
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