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1335 14 days ago
How to Prosecute George W. Bush for Murder for the Deaths of U.S. Soldiers in Iraq Lawyer (2008)
The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder is a 2008 book by former prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi
About the book:
It argues that George W. Bush took the United States into the invasion of Iraq under false pretenses and should be tried for murder for the deaths of American soldiers in Iraq. The book sold over 130,000 copies within its first three months of release.
Bugliosi argues that Bush intentionally misled Congress and the American people about the evidence that he said mandated going into Iraq and overthrowing Saddam Hussein. Therefore, Bugliosi argues, under the felony-murder rule the deaths of over 4,000 American soldiers and 100,000 Iraqi civilians (as of spring 2008) since hostilities began amount at the very least to second-degree murder. He further states that any of the 50 state attorneys general, as well as any district attorney in the United States, has ample grounds to indict Bush for the murder of any soldier or soldiers who live in their state or county. Bugliosi says that if he were prosecuting the case, he would seek imposition of the death penalty, and that impeachment alone would be "a joke", considering the magnitude of Bush's alleged crimes.
The strongest evidence against Bush, Bugliosi says, is a speech on October 7, 2002 claiming that Iraq posed an imminent threat to the security of the United States and was capable of attacking America at any time with his stockpile of weapons of mass destruction. A National Intelligence Estimate of less than a week earlier stated that while Iraq did have WMD capabilities, it had no plans to use its weapons except in the capacity of self-defense, or if the United States threatened to attack Iraq. Moreover, according to Bugliosi, the president and his administration edited the "White Paper", or declassified version of the NIE released to Congress and the public, censored in a way that made the Iraqi threat seem more ominous than it actually was.
In addition, Bugliosi asserts that the Manning Memo shows that, far from making serious efforts to avoid war, Bush considered the possibility of provoking Saddam into starting a war by sending U2 reconnaissance aircraft, falsely painted in UN colors, on flights over Iraq along with fighter escorts, and if Saddam ordered them shot down, it would constitute war.
He also argues that Bush pressured intelligence agencies to find proof that Saddam helped al-Qaeda plan the September 11, 2001 attacks.
" Brilliant! Thoughtful and focused. Vince Bugliosi once again justifies his significant notoriety for prosecutorial excellence and inscrutable credibility. The fact that this film has been categorically marked for apparent "media blackout" by large corporate media outlets serves to make it even more tantalizing fare to the general public seeking uncensored publication. Such media blackout undeniably attests to the magnitude of the subject matter, as well as the compelling power of Vince Bubliosi's thoughtful presentation. THE PROSECUTION OF AN AMERICAN PRESIDENT is a "Must See" film for all, and is certain to leave a profound impression. Well Done! "
Bugliosi was in my opinion the best prosecutor ever and Gerry Spence was the best defense lawyer also. They both went against each other in a staged trial of On Trial, Lee Harvey Oswald, Showtime Entertainment. It took place in 1986 and was very entertaining and can be watched on youtube. These two attorneys were both very very good.
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