There goes another opinion, but where did you read that? God, and angels forgiving Judas is out of harmony with divine justice, because if it were so, then Jesus, and God are in disagreement.
According to Jesus’ comment:
“Woe to that man through whom the Son of man is betrayed! It would have been finer for that man if he had not been born.”
From henceforth following Jesus’ last night Satan enters Judas, taking advantage of the opening in his heart, because his heart was bad. He was a thief while he is serving Jesus. He had the contribution box, and he would steal money from it. According to this Jesus had no intention to forgive one who betrayed him. Later that night, Jesus fittingly calls Judas “the son of destruction.”
I see no references to angels getting involved, or making any comment about Judas, but Peter certainly did when Judas took his own life Peter described it:
This very man, (Judas) purchased a field with the wages for unrighteousness, and pitching head foremost he noisily burst in his midst and all his intestines were poured out. (Acts 1:18)
Was he forgiven, not according to the Psalms, because don’t forget he was one of the apostles, he was a thief, and he betrayed Jesus. Here’s what is written in the book of Psalms:
“Let his lodging place become desolate, and let there be no dweller in it, and, his office of oversight let someone else take.”