Category: Who Is WJC?
- William John Cox For more than 40 years, William John Cox vigorously pursued a career in law enforcement, public policy and the law. As a police officer, he was an early leader in the “New Breed” movement to professionalize law enf
- “The Other Woman” In My Life I bought a new car this year, which is not usually remarkable, except that there's a story behind this purchase. The 41-year-old car is a 1972 Volvo 1800E, one of 39,414 manufactured between 1961 and 1972. With a pr
- Growing Up and Growing Old The featured image is of my mother, Minnie Irene Oswalt-Cox standing at the kitchen door of the farmhouse where I lived for the first 15 years of my life. The photograph was taken after I was born in 1941 and before my
- Where I Work Forty-three years ago, during my first year of law school, I saw two old long, narrow law school desks in a dark back hallway of the old Southwestern University building in Los Angeles. I stopped in the office and was to
- The “Skinny House” In the late 1970s, I practiced public interest law in a historical landmark building in Long Beach, California known as “Skinny House.” The house was constructed in the Great Depression on a 10x40 foot lot by an a
- The Holocaust Denial Case – Never Forget Among the cases I handled as a public interest lawyer was a lawsuit in 1981 by Mel Mermelstein, a survivor of Auschwitz, against several radical right-wing organizations which, as a publicity ploy, denied the Genocide of
- Publication of the Suppressed Dead Sea Scrolls – The Miracle of Books In 1991, I secretly represented an "undisclosed client," pro bono, and contracted with the Biblical Archaeology Society to print almost 1,800 photographs of the Dead Sea Scrolls which had been suppressed for more than 40
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My political websites are the United States Voters' Rights Amendment (www.usvra.us) and the Youth for the Voters' Rights Amendment (www.y4vra.org). My publishing website is www.mindkind.info.