Sep 30 2008

The Prosecution of George W Bush for Murder

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prosecutionRecently a Vermont lawyer declared her candidacy for Attorney General of her state on a platform promise to prosecute George W Bush for murder. Charlotte Dennett with the Progressive Party in Vermont, has said, if elected, she would appoint top criminal lawyer and award winning author Vincent Bugliosi as Special Prosecutor of the case. The Republican National Committee has responded by calling it “radical left-wing provocation.” Vincent Bugliosi’s latest book The Prosecution of George W Bush for Murder was released earlier in the year by Vanguard press after no other publisher approached would print it. The book has been almost entirely censored by the mainstream media and yet leapt onto the New York Times Bestseller list. During his career in the LA County District Attorney’s Office, he successfully prosecuted 105 out of 106 felony jury trials, including 21 murder convictions without a single loss. He is best known for prosecuting the Charles Manson case and then writing the biggest selling true crime book in US history about it, Helter Skelter. His two later books, “And the Sea Will Tell,” and “Outrage” also topped the New York Times Best seller lists. I spoke with Vincent Bugliosi yesterday in studio for a lengthy interview. Today we’ll play you part 1 of our conversation.

GUEST: Vincent Bugliosi, author of “The Prosecution of George W Bush for Murder”

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2 Responses to “The Prosecution of George W Bush for Murder”

  1. Anna Rosaleneon 22 Jan 2009 at 8:27 am

    I’m pretty sure that this book is the most ridiculous thing that I have ever seen in my life. Yeah, Bush may have not done an amazing job, but does everyone remember Jimmy Carter, and others that sucked at being the president. He IS human after all, and people need to get off their high horse and start treating him as that because they have no idea what it is like to be a president and are ignorant to many facts because the liberal media filters to only what the liberal want to say and hear. I’m not a radical conservative but I am a patriot and I think that this is ridiculous how the American people could be so behind a president and then realize wow, people die in a war, and then want to act like they never wanted to defend the country. I’m so tired of two-faced, ignorant Americans that think they know everything, but in reality they should hit the books.

  2. Randy Rockon 05 Feb 2009 at 11:55 am

    In response to Anna Rosalene’s comment above – she obviously has not read the book. I will also say neither have I but, I believe if the claims Mr. Bugliosi makes in his book are true, and I believe they are, then by all means prosecute, by all means… x-President Bush is now a regular American citizen so he is now fully under that same law. His status of being one of the “privileged ones” is far overdue.