Media pundit and former politician Jean Lapierre, along with his wife, three siblings, and two pilots, were killed in a plane crash last week on the way to the funeral of his father. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Politicians, journalists and others mourned the tragic death last week of Jean Lapierre, who went back and forth over his 30-year-plus career as a politician and media pundit.
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