Monday, October 20, 2008

Bush's Helter Skelter

Videos shot last night at the River Garden in Brattleboro, Vermont, each clip of Vincent Bugliosi and the candidate for Vermont Attorney General, Charlotte Dennett, is about 40 minutes:



Still pictures taken out of the above videos [found here].

The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder
written by Vincent Bugliosi(Hardcover)
[information on]

Wikipedia on Charles Manson [here]

This post is in progress. I met Vincent Bugliosi last night, Oct. 19, 2008, at the River Garden in Brattleboro, Vermont and shot about 2 hours of raw video footage.

My videos found [here]

My video found [here]

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Help get out the word:

Vermont candidate to prosecute Bush if she wins

Vincent Bugliosi, left, speaks at a news conference in Burlington, Vt., Thursday, Sept. 18, 2008. Bugliosi, the author of the book, "The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder." was in Vermont to support the candidacy of Progressive candidate for attorney general of Vermont, Charlotte Dennett, right.(AP Photo/Toby Talbot)
Associated Press Writer

BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) - Lots of political candidates make campaign promises. But not like Charlotte Dennett's.

Dennett, 61, the Progressive Party's candidate for Vermont Attorney General, said Thursday she will prosecute President Bush for murder if she's elected Nov. 4.

Dennett, an attorney and investigative journalist, says Bush must be held accountable for the deaths of thousands of people in Iraq _ U.S. soldiers and Iraqi civilians. She believes the Vermont attorney general would have jurisdiction to do so.


[above found here]

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Although I have never heard before what I am suggesting -- that Bush be prosecuted for murder in an American courtroom -- many have argued that "Bush should be prosecuted for war crimes" (mostly for the torture of prisoners at Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo) at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands. But for all intents and purposes this cannot be done.

*Even assuming, at this point, that Bush is criminally responsible for the deaths of over 100,000 people in the Iraq war, under federal law he could only be prosecuted for the deaths of the 4,000 American soldiers killed in the war. No American court would have jurisdiction to prosecute him for the one hundred and some thousand Iraqi deaths since these victims not only were not Americans, but they were killed in a foreign nation, Iraq. Despite their nationality, if they had been killed here in the States, there would of course be jurisdiction.

**Indeed, Bush himself, ironically, would be the last person who would quarrel with the proposition that being guilty of mass murder (even one murder, by his lights) calls for the death penalty as opposed to life imprisonment. As governor of Texas, Bush had the highest execution rate of any governor in American history: He was a very strong proponent of the death penalty who even laughingly mocked a condemned young woman who begged him to spare her life ("Please don't kill me," Bush mimicked her in a magazine interview with journalist Tucker Carlson), and even refused to commute the sentence of death down to life imprisonment for a young man who was mentally retarded (although as president he set aside the entire prison sentence of his friend Lewis "Scooter" Libby), and had a broad smile on his face when he announced in his second presidential debate with Al Gore that his state, Texas, was about to execute three convicted murderers.

In Bush's two terms as Texas governor, he signed death warrants for an incredible 152 out of 153 executions against convicted murderers, the majority of whom only killed one single person. The only death sentence Bush commuted was for one of the many murders that mass murderer Henry Lucas had been convicted of. Bush was informed that Lucas had falsely confessed to this particular murder and was innocent, his conviction being improper. So in 152 out of 152 cases, Bush refused to show mercy even once, finding that not one of the 152 convicted killers should receive life imprisonment instead of the death penalty. Bush's perfect 100 percent execution rate is highly uncommon even for the most conservative law-and-order governors. [found here]

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Bush/Cheney Indict Vote Brattleboro, VT 03-04-08

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Steven G. Erickson questions Phil Donahue after the screening of his documentary in Minneapolis, Minnesota at the Free Press, NCMR Event June 6 - 8, 2008, "Body of War":

Above video shot by Francis C. P. Knize.

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[click here] for what I can do with a High Definition Video Camera and better miking. Francis C. P. Knize, and I, meet up with the President of Common Cause, Bob Edgar, and Amy Goodman of NPR fame.

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[click here] for information on the Private Attorney General bill and the need for our Grand Jury System to be bolstered.

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I used to vote only Republican, pre-2001. I owned Connecticut rental properties and wrote George W. Bush, mailing [this letter] 9-15-01, so upset with the flood of Heroin and Crack Cocaine in downtown Stafford Springs, CT, and the seeming teaming of the Connecticut State Police with criminals, prostitutes, and drug dealers, I wrote to Bush out of frustration, not thinking he would actually read the letter. If you scroll down [here] you will read that he just may have due to the letter I got from the SBA and HUD.

I was then put on the Connecticut State Police secret "Enemies List" and then falsely arrested 10-11-01 to get a year in prison for resisting getting beaten up by a police informant who jumped me in my dark driveway. If the former Campaign Manager for the Green Party for Connecticut Governor, Kenneth Krayeske, can be put on the "Enemies List" for being a rival to Connecticut M. Jodi Rell's agenda, is anyone safe?

[This video] best describes my saga.

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