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politicalassassinations.com now archived

November 21, 2014
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politicalassassinations.com now archived

This site is now archived for historical and research purposes. The Coalition on Political Assassinations ended with the passing of John Judge in April 2014. In the last two years of his life, John Judge was working to realize the vision of a Museum of Hidden History with the incorporation of a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit…

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11/22/2014

October 28, 2014
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Although there is no formal conference planned for COPA this year, a few of us are gathering at the grassy knoll to honor the moment of silence for John Kennedy, as honored for so many years by Penn Jones and then John Judge himself. I have COPA’s permit from the city and I will be…

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Background on Dave Emory, John Judge, and Mae Brussell

September 26, 2014
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Radio Personality Dave Emory Listed in Prestigious Encyclopedia of American Loons by Alex Constantine   “…Emory’s next victim was John Judge, a popular protege of Mae Brussell. Abuse heaped upon Judge, says Bernardino, was the result of “personal jealousy,” an opinion that I share. So does Jonathon Vankin, a former staff reporter for the San…

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Review of new Mae Brussell collection and upcoming John Potash book

September 25, 2014
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Rat’s Nest: Two Books on the CIA-Nazi-Drug Nexus Feral House has just released a collection of John Judge’s mentor Mae Brussell’s writing, The Essential Mae Brussell, edited by Alex Constantine. Next February, John Potash’s Drugs as Weapons Against Us comes out on Trine Day, delving into many of the same themes. Both are reviewed in…

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Mae Brussell collection released today

September 12, 2014
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Mae Brussell, who was one of John Judge’s key mentors along with Penn Jones, has had a collection of her original articles published on Feral House. Unfortunately, JJ isn’t here to tell stories about her, but at least there is a collection of her brilliant work in print. http://feralhouse.com/mae-brussell-no-conspiracy/    

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Regarding the Judyth Vary Baker “Conference” in November

August 25, 2014
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COPA is not affiliated in any way with Judyth Vary Baker and does not endorse or promote her conference. Ms. Baker’s invocation of John Judge’s name in relation to her own activities reflects extremely poor taste and judgment. While plans for a conference in Dallas for the 51st are pending, the Moment of Silence on…

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A Celebration of the Life of John Judge, 5/31/2014

June 5, 2014
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A Celebration of the Life of John Judge, 5/31/2014

On May 31, 2014, the Coalition on Political Assassinations held an event to celebrate the passing of John Judge, founder and president of the organization. Special thanks to Marilyn Tenenhoff for organizing the event and Randy Benson for putting together the recording.     SPEAKER LIST   Philip Fornaci (introduction)/Dennis Kucinich/Patti Ambers Crawford/Paul Magno/Patrick Elder…

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“And We Are All Mortal…” 12:30 pm, American University June 10, 2014

June 3, 2014
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The Coalition on Political Assassinations, national network of forensic, medical and ballistics experts, academics, authors and independent researchers will hold our annual commemoration on June 10 at 12:30 pm, including a reading of parts of his commemoration speech given that day at American Univeristy. We will gather at the plaque that memorializes the speech at…

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Statement Regarding the Immediate Future of COPA

April 30, 2014
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All of us are still dealing with the impact of John Judge’s passing. He affected so many lives for the better, not just in the research community, but for everyone – working to facilitate a world better off than he found it. It is far too early to think about the organization as a whole…

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John Judge- Obituary and request for reflections

April 24, 2014
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John Judge- Obituary and request for reflections

Below is an obituary and reflection on the life of John Judge. We would like you to share your recollections and reflections on John in the comments section. Washington, DC — John Patrick Judge passed at the age of 66, just as he had lived – with courage in the midst of pain. An internationally…

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