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Did John Diefenbaker have a love child? Sadly, we still don’t know for sure

A Toronto man’s quest to determine whether he’s John Diefenbaker’s son—a living and breathing Diefenbaby—hit a disappointing snag when DNA tests failed to provide conclusive results. Undeterred, 42-year-old George Dryden pledged to continue in his quest to uncover the truth about his father, inspired by the belief that his mother once had a brief fling with the former prime minister. After all, he still has sufficient circumstantial evidence to keep himself motivated: the Canadian Press reports he’s already confirmed the man he had believed to be his father is not his biological parent, and he also looks really, really similar to Diefenbaker. Read the entire story [CBC] »

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