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April 03, 2013



You're right. Some of his family -- not his wife -- were upset with him for speaking about it. But I will always remember him for his bursting desire to speak out and to be on the side he felt was right, which was often a lonely side. He was an extraordinary man. If only there were more in politics like him.

tequila minsky

thank you for this posting and the guts it took Jones to come forward.

"how its done" --the general public --(me) probably still doesn't know the half of it.

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