Murder Trumps Torture Says Bugliosi

Murder Trumps Torture Says Bugliosi

2003 State of the Union, Jan. 29, 2003. WikiCommons

Bush Crimes

"If we prosecute those in America who only commit one murder, under what theory don't we prosecute a president who is criminally responsible for over four thousand murders?" Vincent Bugliosi

Michael Collins

Vincent Bugliosi says Bush can be prosecuted for murder

Author Vincent Bugliosi discusses his 2008 book "THE PROSECUTION OF GEORGE W. BUSH FOR MURDER".

Video courtesy of: http://www.ProsecutionOfBush.com

The Two Sides of Vincent Bugliosi

I post this now because I noticed that Bugliosi was recently featured on Democracy Now and also is going to be on a radio show with Kucinich soon. His 2007 book was 'Reclaiming History: The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy', and his 2008 book is 'The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder.'

This is another case where *anyone* who utters the phrase "prosecute Bush" is given a free pass. Being on Democracy Now then opens the door to every single left media and blogger to accept him unquestioningly. But as Michael Green states, "The purpose of Bugliosi’s 'Reclaiming History' is to defend the integrity of the USG National Security State by grossly distorting its nature and function."

Could such distortions, and the taking down of the JFK truths one year earlier, have been a necessary ingredient of becoming a central figure in the supposed prosecution of Bush? Only time will tell.

The essay is detailed but thorough and well done.


9-11 Research Guest Essay:

Besmirching History: Vincent Bugliosi Assassinates Kennedy Again

Bugliosi interview

Here is a good interview with Bugliosi. Whatever his agenda and past misdeeds (obfuscation of the JFK assassination), he is good on this one. I wish we had him with us on 9/11:


BOOK REVIEW: Prosecution of George W. Bush For Murder (Bugliosi)

Saive Mug Prosecute Bush
I'm currently reading Bugliosi's latest book by this title:

"Dad, if we don't fight them here, we'll have to fight them on the streets of America. They proved that on 9/11......we don't want IED's and suicide bombers on the streets of America." (A final phone conversation between a young, misinformed soldier in Iraq and his father in the States)

So we have the grotesque spectacle of soldiers fighting bravely and dying in Iraq believing they are fighting the people responsible for 9/11.
This myth was documented to be wide-spread among the American people and military personnel but Bush was better served allowing them to die believing the lie.