George W. Bush was not impeached.
After Inauguration Day Bush left office and is living a life of privilege and comfort.
Cost of the War in Iraq and Afghanistan
An estimated 1.2 million Iraqis have been killed violently since the US invasion. More than 4 million Iraqis have now been displaced by violence in the country.
Regardless of the horrendous damage Bush has inflicted upon Iraq and this country, George W. Bush is planning to walk away from the greatest crime ever committed by an American President.
He took this country to war under false pretenses.
He lied to the Congress and the rest of the American people in order to start his war with Iraq.
How can we let this happen? Is there anything we can do about it? Vincent Bugliosi has come up with a remarkable solution in his latest book, The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder.
After reading the book it becomes obvious that impeachment, even if it was "on the table," was not justice.
"Bugliosi meticulously lays out a case against George W. Bush for purposefully deceiving the United States into war, thereby causing over 4,000 U.S. soldier deaths and 100,000-plus civilian Iraqi deaths and counting."
"Bugliosi is in a good position as a former prosecutor to ask--on behalf of millions of people--why should someone who accidentally kills a person in a liquor store holdup be prosecuted to the full extent of the law, yet someone who creates death and destruction on an unimaginable scale sail off into the sunset and have a library named after them? Is U.S. law based on justice, or whim?"
From the The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder website:
"A searing indictment of the President and his administration, The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder also outlines a legally credible pathway to holding our highest government officials accountable for their actions, thereby creating a framework for future occupants of the oval office."
Any state attorney, and many county-level district attorneys, can prosecute George W. Bush for murder and conspiracy to commit murder. To establish jurisdiction for murder, a U.S. soldier who died in Iraq would have to be from that state, or from that local county. And every U.S. state has lost at least one resident to the war in Iraq.
We couldn't do anything about George Bush while he was in office. But now some brave prosecutor in this country, armed with the information in Mr. Bugliosi's book, can bring this war-criminal to trial.
Head to the Mission page to read how we can help make that happen.
A documentary of The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder has been produced.
After viewing the trailer please visit http://www.indiegogo.com/bush. In the spirit of grassroots political campaigns, THE PROSECUTION OF GEORGE W. BUSH FOR MURDER team is starting to raise money from the public in small donations to help market this historic film.