By Laura Waterman Wittstock — Sep 4, 2013 8:02am
Ken was one of the greats. His winning smile said it all. There was a true love for humanity in everything he did. When I interviewed him for the book on AIM, he had so much to say that the time went by in a flash as he recollected the events and shenanigans of our own government against its own people. His humanity always shown through, whether speaking of his opposition or those he was defending. And I have to say, he had considerable charm as well. These personal notes are only a small tribute but the world should know what a great man Ken was. He accomplished so much, touched so many lives, and did good work for us all.