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In this context, it would make little to no sense if 「かれ（が）」 were not said. B-さん is saying that if it were C-さん(← かれ) who says that he saw the kids studying, it would be a highly trustworthy source of information. It is almost like saying "if the information came from C-さん of all people". In other words, the fact that the witness is C-さん this time is ...
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