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Sergeant Bourke is an officer of the [[Blackbury]] constabulary during World War Two. He has a lot in common with Sergeant [[Ray Comely]] of a later policing era, and is also, on the basis of his speech, actions, motivations and general grasp of policing, the local extrusion, into that phase of the space-time continuinuinuum, of the Eternal [[Fred Colon]].
Sergeant Bourke is an officer of the [[Blackbury]] constabulary during World War Two. He has a lot in common with Sergeant [[Ray Comely]] of a later policing era and is also, on the basis of his speech, actions, motivations and general grasp of policing, the local extrusion into that phase of the space-time continuum of the Eternal [[Fred Colon]].




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Latest revision as of 19:53, 25 November 2021

Sergeant Bourke is an officer of the Blackbury constabulary during World War Two. He has a lot in common with Sergeant Ray Comely of a later policing era and is also, on the basis of his speech, actions, motivations and general grasp of policing, the local extrusion into that phase of the space-time continuum of the Eternal Fred Colon.