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Memorial for Civic Activist John Judge Sustains His Legacy


By Andrew Kreig - Posted on 02 June 2014

Memorial for Civic Activist John Judge Sustains His Legacy

 

Two hundred admirers of the late civic activist and historical researcher John P. Judge fostered his legacy during a memorial service May 31 at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.

 

Former Ohio Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D), a next door neighbor and close friend, described Judge as an extraordinary truth-seeker in the spirit of the ancient Diogenes. And, Kucinich continued, "what better place for it than Washington, DC -- the capital of smoke and mirrors?"

 

Kucinich, 67, was a longtime anti-war member of congress until 2013 who said he often benefited from Judge's insights about why American democracy and the economy have deteriorated in recent decades. Kucinich said he intends to keep hundreds of emails from Judge on current and historic events. "I'm sure that one day they'll be put to good use."

 

Read more at Justice-Integrity.org

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