Richard Walters Question

I found the following article on Walters on

Determination, drive, and spirit are what make veteran judoka Richard Walters the top competitor that he is today.
It's been eight years since Walters first made his name known in competition. He placed second behind Ben Campbell in the 1964 Olympic trials. Since then, except for a recent two-year layoff from competition, he's been in the judo limelight-- somewhat controversially at times, for his past criticism of the U.S. Judo Federation has made him unpopular in some circles. But his political views seem to have mellowed, and as long as he competes, Walters should remain in the Top Ten.

I was just curious about his USJF views. Anyone remember?