August 03, 2005

Rev. Bill Moss Dies

Rev. Bill Moss, lead plaintiff in the Moss v. Bush case challenging Ohio's
electors in the Ohio State Supreme Court, has died.

Rev. Moss was a
long-time activist in the Columbus area.

Reported by Ohio News Network:

"Former Columbus school board member dies

"COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Former city school board member Bill Moss, whose tenure was marked by colorful theatrics, including a shoe-pounding incident in 2003 that shut down a board meeting, died Tuesday. He was 69.

"Moss, a well-known activist who helped file a lawsuit that challenged last year's presidential race in Ohio, died at Riverside Methodist Hospital, said Andrew Marcelain, spokesman for Columbus schools.

"Moss was being treated at the hospital for a stroke suffered last week while traveling through Pennsylvania, The Columbus Dispatch reported on its Web site. A hospital spokesman confirmed the death but declined to comment on the reason for Moss' hospitalization."

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A light has gone out in the world.

We must rededicate ourselves to fight on for what he stood for.


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