Keeping America Free?
A US President should not be able to pardon himself for murders, conspiracy to commit murder, fraud, obstruction of justice, lying, perjury, war crimes, crimes against humanity, rape, bid rigging, unfair business practices, and/or other crimes.
If Barack Obama and the powers that be, don't act, a future US President might be able to torture, rape, and murder right in the Oval Office at the White House with impunity. Barack Obama's most import job ever, might just be to see that George W. Bush is prosecuted. The world would be a safer place with George W. Bush behind bars. Future presidents would know that they, on down, are accountable to laws.
George W. Bush has been called a sociopath, psychopath, war criminal etc. There is probably more than enough proof that these labels are accurate.
Either the US Constitution and our laws apply, or they don't.
-Steven G. Erickson
[click here] for blueprint any State Attorney General can use to prosecute George W. Bush for murder.
[click here] for video clip where Steven G. Erickson questions Phil Donahue about arresting George W. Bush.
Steven G. Erickson, Vincent Bugliosi (Charles Manson prosecutor), Charlotte Dennett, and others show up to serve the Vermont Attorney General papers establishing jurisdiction so any state's Attorney General can prosecute George W. Bush for murder and/or conspiracy to commit murder. [video]
[video] Francis C. P. Knize and Steven G. Erickson meet up with Bob Edgar, President Common Cause, and Amy Goodman, Democracy Now
Medea Benjamin of CodePink had interesting things to say regarding testing Free Speech in America. I met up with her at the Free Press, NCMR event June 6 - 8, at the Minneapolis Convention Center, Minnesota [video]
My agenda is to fix [this], scroll down for links, stories, and my mugshot.
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Having any justice in America, means judges shouldn't be judging judges:
"In the Interest of Justice", A Documentary Primer
police should not be policing police [post].
And, lawyers like Michael H. Agranoff, Stafford Springs/Ellington area Connecticut lawyers should not be overseeing other lawyers. [post]
And ... George W. Bush should not be pardoning himself ...
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The Private Attorney General bill passed into law will bring justice back to, We the People by bolstering our access and use of Grand Juries, where private, unbiased investigations could ensure honesty, integrity, and public and private corruption can be immediately curbed. [Private Attorney General bill information]