John Judge lives in Washington, DC, and has been researching and investigating the assassinations of JFK, RFK, MLK and others since the late 1960's. He worked closely with early critics of the Warren Commission, including Penn Jones and Mae Brussell. He is a co-founder of the Committee for an Open Archives, founder and Executive Director of the Coalition on Political Assassinations. He hosts annual regional meetings in Dallas, and anniversary meetings in Memphis and Los Angeles for COPA, inviting the best researchers to present new evidence in these murders. From 1995-1996 he was a senior staff assistant to Rep. Cynthia McKinney, and helped to draft the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Records Act, calling for the release hundreds of thousands of pages of classified records on King's life and death.
In our 5th JFK Assassination Special a variety of guests presented theories and evidence that generally ran counter to the single gunman theory of the Warren Commission. ... More »Host: George Noory