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Nation's oldest federal judge dies at age 104

Published 01/25/2012, Associated Press

As the nation's oldest sitting federal judge in history, U.S. District Judge Wesley Brown allowed himself few concessions to his advancing age as he insisted on presiding over significant and often complex cases right up until his death at 104.

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