Judge Karl Forester discussed the importance of being an American to a newly confirmed group of citizens during a naturalization ceremony at the federal courthouse in Lexington on Dec. 10, 2010. Photo by Matt Goins
Judge Karl Forester discussed the importance of being an American to a newly confirmed group of citizens during a naturalization ceremony at the federal courthouse in Lexington on Dec. 10, 2010. Photo by Matt Goins
Judge Karl Forester discussed the importance of being an American to a newly confirmed group of citizens during a naturalization ceremony at the federal courthouse in Lexington on Dec. 10, 2010. Photo by Matt Goins

Karl Forester, federal judge in Kentucky since 1988, dies at age 73

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