Progress Despite Blackout

Vincent Bugliosi's book, "The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder," has remained on the New York Times bestseller list for the last five weeks in spite of strong MSM suppression. Bugliosi has registered complaint about this silent treatment, indicating that none of his previous bestsellers had ever suffered such a blackout. If the steps this recognized legal powerhouse is taking to help initiate prosecution prove successful, the subsequent court proceedings should offer up a wealth of factual information bearing on a plethora of critical occasions, including 9/11. Though outwardly not in the camp of the 9/11 truth movement, the book deserves support and dissemination as a major step toward truth combined with useful education in the law.

I must admit

.....when watching the impeachment hearing i was impressed with Vincent's sharp, and witted testomony.
After watching this i did a little looking, and i hope i am wrong on this. It is said that he feels there is no cover up on JFK? If this is true it is upsetting. Only a fool could believe the Warren commissions
Anyone know more about this?

Michael Green has written an

Michael Green has written an interesting essay about him:

You're right, only a fool could still believe the official version - Kennedy's head-snapping alone destroys the Oswald story totally (and that's just one of a thousand pieces of evidence).

I think, we shouldn't waste our time with this guy. If Bugliosi hasn't realized the conspiracy behind the Kennedy assassination after 45 years, it will probably take him another 450 years to realize the conspiracy behind 9/11.