Saturday, January 3, 2009

Wanted for Murder George W.Bush

Hat Tip to Cognitive Continuity for video
One day I was listening to The Michael Baisdens Show . Mike had on Vincent Bugliosi, the guy that prosecuted Charles Manson.He got Manson locked up using racketeering statues.Vincent wants to do one more big case,charge President Bush with 4,000 counts of murder.I was like you when I heard this, crack pot,nut case?Lets look at his track record:

As a Los Angeles County Assistant District Attorney, he successfully prosecuted Charles Manson and several other members of his "family" for the 1969 murders of Sharon Tate and six others. He lost only one of the 106 felony cases he tried as a prosecutor, which included winning 21 out of 21 murder cases.[2] He later wrote, jointly with Curt Gentry, a book about the Manson trial called Helter Skelter. The book went on to become the biggest selling true crime book in publishing history with over 7 million copies sold.[3]

from wikipedia
the man is serious. He explained that each jurisdiction could file charges for the deceased soldiers from that area.People this is real.he even wrote a book about it:

Bugliosi subsequently became an outspoken critic of the media and lawyers and judges in major trials. In his most recent book, titled The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder, he made the case that President George W. Bush ought to be prosecuted for murder based on evidence showing that he had lied to the American people into waging a war of aggression.

It sounds like using a sledge hammer to kill a fly.The right is trying to cheat the President elect out of a term, the left want Dubya to get life.Bugliosi said that death penalty specifications could be applied.I think after this people will think real carefully when they run for President.


Christopher said...

This is an amazing article.

I've said for 5 years that Bush is guilty of crimes against humanity and belongs before a tribunal at the Hague.

kid said...

Hey what's up man.Bugliosi took Manson out,he's not playing.I had to do a double take when I first heard this.