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Announcing Plans to Prosecute Bush in Vermont


Renowned Criminal Prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi Joins Vermont Attorney Charlotte Dennett To Announce Intentions To Bring Legal Proceedings Against President Bush

Press conference to be held at:
Burlington City Hall. Contois Auditorium on September 18, 2008 at 10:30 a.m.

Vincent Bugliosi, the legendary criminal prosecutor and bestselling author of The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder, will appear in Burlington with Charlotte Dennett, a Cambridge-based attorney and Progressive Party candidate for Attorney General, on Thursday, September 18 at Burlington City Hall at 10 a.m. The two attorneys will announce their intention to commence criminal proceedings against George W. Bush in the event that Dennett succeeds in her bid to become the next Attorney General of Vermont.

As a Los Angeles District Attorney, Bugliosi successfully prosecuted 105 out of 106 felony jury trials, including 21 murder convictions without a single loss. He is best known for prosecuting Charles Manson, an experience he memorialized in his book Helter Skelter. His most recent book, The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder, has become a sensation since its publication this summer. "I have never received such a passionate response as I have to this book," says Bugliosi. "Most Americans are deeply offended that George W. Bush has not been held accountable for his many crimes while in office, the most egregious of which is the murder of over 4,000 American soldiers and over 100,000 Iraqi civilians. My book lays out the framework of how he can be brought to justice in any state in this country; a framework which I hope will serve notice to future occupants in the White House."

Dennett has been practicing law in Vermont since 1997 and has been an investigative journalist for more than 30 years. "When I read Mr. Bugliosi’s meticulously-argued case," says Dennett, "it struck a chord with me as a Vermonter and an American citizen. Tragically, our state has the highest per capita loss of soldiers. 36 towns have voted to impeach President Bush. We Vermonters fiercely cherish our democracy and our country's Constitution. We're up for this fight."

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Thank you Mr. Bugliosi.
Thank you Mr. Dennett.
Thank you citizens of Vermont.
Godspeed.

Renowned porsecutor Vincent Bugliosi describes thousands of murders and strongly believes there must be at least one prosecutor out there, maybe more, courageous enough to indict and prosecute George W. Bush on murder charges Link CLICK HERE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBKi3HmCWyo

COURAGE... that is the key to addressing all of these high crimes. THANK YOU, VERMONT, for standing up for what is right. You are not alone - just in the LEAD. Thank you, Dennett, for your exempliary initiative. People of JUSTICE stand behind you. Could this be the break the World has been waiting for?

I don't care how many cases this bonehead (Bugliosi) has won, he is so far off base on this that it boggles the mind. Who does he think was in charge when this whole sub-prime mess began. It was BILL CLINTON. Sue him if you want to get the guy behind it all.

In fact George bush has tried on no less than eight different occasions to pass legislation to shut down this incredibly stupid practice. He was turned back by people like Chris Dodd and his pinhead buddies on the hill.

Guess what...when it's all said and done, we're finally ALL going to suffer. Republicans and Democrats alike. So much for governmment of the people.

The fact of the matter is the subprime was not and is not the problem, the problem is greedy bankers who wrote ARM "adjustable rate mortgages” that rose the interest rate from 7-8% to 14-16% after only two years of financing, home owner’s payments went from $800.00 a month to $1600.00 a month couple that with late payments fees and $4.00 a gallon gas prices... equals Bush and his buddies getting rich on oil and poor on foreclosures to bailing out banks with tax payers money...
They were just too stupid to leave the rates alone and to greedy to readjust them, the bankers "Bush' Buddies" caused this economic crisis, that’s almost unrecoverable and putting million of people on the street...
Sure they would love you to believe that Clinton did it… makes me sick… to think that we bailed out a company like AIG and they rewarded themselves with a vacation and multimillion dollar bonuses… they should be prosecuted for their negligence and all the money they stole from the kiddy should be returned… to the people where it belongs… face the facts… none of the fat cats are feeling any of this crisis on the contrary they are benefitting from it, wile the rest of us suffer…. 95-5, 95% of the money is in the hands of the wealthiest and the 95% of us struggle on the crumbs of the remaining 5%...

SAY WHAT IT IS, NOT WHAT THEY WANT YOU TO SAY!!!

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