Tag Archive for John Judge

Travels with John Judge (1948-2014)

From Bill Kelly, an affectionate memoir of the late JFK researcher and organizer who never tired of demanding the full record of JFK’s assassination. Read more

The late John Judge on JFK records

Asked in 1992 what he expected to find in still-closed JFK records, Judge replied,

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John Judge passes

I’m sorry to report that John Judge, founder of the Committee on Political Assassinations and tireless activist for open government, has passed away. John had a stroke this winter but had improved to the point where he was moved to a rehabilitation center yesterday where he suddenly died last night.

John’s knowledge, commitment and tenacity were uncompromising and unquestionable. He was a generous friend and questing spirit.

 

 

Fox News does right by JFK critics

While liberal news outlets have ignored the story so far, the conservative Fox News network (and a Fox News station in Bangor, Maine) are respectfully reporting that “Skeptics of JFK assassination official version say they’re barred from 50th anniversary.” Read more

AllGov: Dallas mayor to meet COPA on JFK at 50

"JFK Shot Dead" hedlineAllGov, the government watchdog site, reports that Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings says he will meet with John Judge of the Committee on Political Assassination (COPA) about the Dallas’ controversial planned commemoration of JFK’s assassination.

The dilemma in Dallas is, Can the city commemorate the 50th anniversary of JFK’s death without mentioning the enduring questions about the causes of his death. I doubt it.  Read more

COPA conference 2013: ‘Fifty years is enough’

John Judge’s Coalition on Political Assassinations has opened registration for its conference in Dallas on the 50th anniversary of JFK’s assassination. Among the confirmed speakers,  Read more

Dilemma in Dallas: Free speech tensions occupy Dealey Plaza

JFK Postcard

The original story of gunfire that was abandoned.

The commemoration of a catastrophe is a tricky business, we learn from today’s Wall Street Journal.

With the 50th anniversary of JFK’s assassination approaching in November 2013, Dallas mayor Mike Rawlings has boldly come out in favor of observing the event without talking about its causes.

“For 40 minutes, we need to be focusing on the man, not the moment 50 years ago,” he said.

Welcome to JFK at 50. The moment has come not to talk about the moment. This is a dilemma in Dallas.

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