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.



12 thoughts on “John Judge passes”

  1. I didnt know John Judge however I knew Sandy Zawadski who I believe was close to This John. I cannot verify this however. As she passed away in Western Australia Dec 2012.She often mentioned him in political discussions as she came out of Philadelphia and was a member of the far left and to my amazement talked about American corruption and conspiracies.I didn’t believe them then….

  2. I am so very sorry to read of the passing of John Judge, a tireless investigator, researcher and historian. I have been changed by my exposure to the information Mr. Judge imparted…I hear and see the “news” much differently than I had before.

    I first heard John Judge in the early 80s on a friend’s tape of his “Who Killed The Dreamer?” about the assassination of MLK. But…whatever the topic, his tapes were always so full of information NOONE else was talking about. I remember thinking that finally, so
    done who.makes.sense of the world I was seeing around us.

    We have lost a great crusader for truth and justice.

  3. I had the pleasure to know John professionally for a few months a number of years ago, and we have corresponded since that time. He was an ardent, dogged seeker of truth, a true patriot in the real sense, and a great, gentle-man with a wonderful sense of humor. I suspect that he would be both amused and touched that even Lew Rockwell’s site lamented his passing today (unlike the WashPost). I know that I do. His voice was unique in this type of research.

    I sincerely hope that whoever inherits the repository of the “bat-cave” truly appreciates what he/she is receiving. My heart goes out to his survivors.

  4. Wherever John Judge’s spirit is right now he no longer suffers the pain & burdens he did here on Earth; in addition to experiencing the mystery of death he now knows who was responsible for the murder of President Kennedy, Lee Oswald, J.D. Tippit & others associated with JFK’s 1963 assassination removed by seemingly mysterious forces. Eventually all living truth warriors will be able to ask the Big Boss what happened when we leave the enslavement of our global prison. A fine spirit like John’s simply does not vaporize in my mind.
    When my time does comes to punch out & to ask it I sincerely trust I won’t be given the spirit of Arlen Specter or anyone associated with the Warren Commission to answer it. There’s got to be something better out there in the Twilight Zone.

  5. Patrick Bailey

    A relentless seeker of truth, an amazingly talented researcher, and a heart of gold, dear John you will be missed. You will finally meet all the souls you fought so hard to bring forth their truth.

  6. If you asked John Judge who murdered John Kennedy, he would tell you that it was Air Force GEN. CURTIS LEMAY.

    Yes, I do believe Gen. Curtis Lemay was up to his eyeballs in the JFK assassination. In his oral history with the LBJ Library LeMay actually called the Kennedys “cockroaches.” And there was Air Force General Edward Lansdale who was identified at TSBD by 2 of his peers, Col. Fletcher Prouty and Gen. Victor “Brute” Krulak.

    So in honor of John Judge: LEMAY DID IT!

  7. I had the pleasure of speaking with him and hearing him read from JFK speech at the 50th Anniversary at the American University. RIP in peace John.

  8. I only knew him through reading on the COPA page but would like to express my condolences to his family and friends. Peace be with you. To his spirit: thank your for your work on this earth.

  9. If I recall correctly, John Judge wrote that his mother was working at the Pentagon on 11-22-63 and talked about the strange and suspicious phone service disruption that occurred in D.C. on that date.

    Phone service outages were not limited to D.C. on 11-22-63. The TSBD had a phone service disruption just prior to the assassination.

    R.I.P. John Judge.

  10. John F. Kennedy would have said this prayer for John:

    Eternal rest grant unto him O Lord,
    May the perpetual light shine upon him,
    and may he rest in peace. Amen

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