Looking at the second quote - Judas went to perdition permanently.
We cannot be certain of that. There is a Church teaching that very soon after Judas arrived in Hell, less than 24 hours after he hung himself in remorse, the Saviour Himself arrived there and completely emptied it of all humans, leaving behind only the devil and the demons.
His Grace Bishop Hilarion Alfeyev has lectured on this.
See his "The Descent of Christ into Hades in Eastern and Western Theological Traditions"
A lecture delivered at St Mary's Cathedral, Minneapolis, USA, on 5 November 2002http://orthodoxeurope.org/page/11/1/5.aspx
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__________________________________________The descent of Christ into Hades
is one of the most mysterious, enigmatic
and inexplicable events in New Testament history. In today's Christian
world, this event is understood differently. Liberal Western theology
rejects altogether any possibility for speaking of the descent of Christ
into Hades literally, arguing that the scriptural texts on this theme should
be understood metaphorically. The traditional Catholic doctrine insists that
after His death on the cross Christ descended to hell only to deliver the
Old Testament righteous from it. A similar understanding is quite widespread
among Orthodox Christians.
On the other hand, the New Testament speaks of the preaching of Christ in
hell as addressed to the unrepentant sinners: 'For Christ also died for sins
once for all, the righteous for the unrighteous, that he might bring us to
God, being put to death in the flesh but made alive in the spirit; in which
he went and preached to the spirit in prison, who formerly did not obey,
when God's patience waited.
However, many Church Fathers and liturgical texts of the Orthodox Church
repeatedly underline that having descended to hell, Christ opened the way to
salvation for all people, not only the Old Testament righteous. The descent
of Christ into Hades is perceived as an event of cosmic significance
involving all people without exception. They also speak about the victory of
Christ over death, the full devastation of hell and that after the descent
of Christ into Hades there was nobody left there except for the devil and