John Machacek is Dead : Death, Obituary, Cause of Death, Memorial, Funeral
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‘John Machacek ‘ has Passed Away.
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About John Machacek
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John Machacek (February 18, 1940 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa – July 24, 2020) was an American reporter. Working for The Times-Union of Rochester, New York, in 1971, he and Richard Cooper covered the Attica Prison riot. Their reporting was recognized with the 1972 Pulitzer Prize for Spot Reporting.
John Machacek Cause of Death
How John Machacek died (Cause of death) has not been made known to us or confirmed yet!!but will keep you informed once it is revealed.
John Machacek Memorial/Funeral
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John Machacek Tributes
What People Say about John Machacek !!!
Sad to learn one of New York’s great reporters, John Machacek, died Friday at age 80. He won the Pulitzer Prize for his reporting on the Attica prison riot and the state’s false initial claim that inmates were killed by other inmates. #RIP https://t.co/vOfF9qnTgM
— Tim Massie (@tcmassie) July 27, 2020
RIP, John Machacek. A terrific reporter who loved covering Congress for Gannett’s NY newspapers. “John earned the trust of his sources and his readers every time out,” said Michael Kilian, top editor in Rochester. https://t.co/mH5nubop76
— Catalina Camia (@ccamia) July 27, 2020
John Machacek and Richard Cooper broke the story in 1971 that hostages in the Attica prison rebellion died of gunshot wounds during a police assault. https://t.co/cpBvxNMlEc
— pressconnects (@pressconnects) July 27, 2020
John Machacek and Richard Cooper broke the story in 1971 that hostages in the Attica prison rebellion died of gunshot wounds during a police assault. https://t.co/jP8WJ5Jdp2
— stargazette.com (@stargazette) July 27, 2020