Monday, November 10, 2008

The Bush Administration Crimes Must Not Go Unpunished

Many people pull no punches when it comes to the prosecution of Bush and other members of his administration for numerous crimes and murder. The new administration and congress will do nothing. It's up to civilian groups and perhaps an international tribunal to bring justice to the more than 1 million who have died because of the lies and the war profiteering.

Bush Could be Executed For War Crimes

Len Hart
Members of the Bush administration and George W. Bush personally conspired to violate the Geneva Convention, US obligations to it as well as US criminal codes! When it became apparent to Bush that he and high ranking members of his administration were culpable and could be put to death upon conviction, Bush tried to make his crimes legal --but only after he had committed them.Clearly --the Bush administration itself is aware that it is in deep, deep trouble.
...there is one group of people that has always taken the war crimes charges seriously--the members of the Bush administration themselves. They have good reason for doing so, because they have exposed hundreds of Americans to possible prosecution for violating US law.As long as George Bush is president and controls the Department of Justice, there will no prosecutions for war crimes, but after Bush is gone, anything could happen and hundreds of Americans could be charged with war crimes.--David Wallechinsky, Is George Bush Guilty of War Crimes...and Who Cares?

I would urge that a federal grand jury be convened immediately to consider upon the probable cause and the evidence whether or not George W. Bush is guilty of capital crimes and whether or not he should be put to death!

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by PeterJ

It's time to start mending this nation and the first step in doing that is making damn sure that we send out a message to future would-be traitors to give a massive amount of serious thought before they ever try to overthrow our government by coup d'état, use our government and military for their own private use and that of their corporate cronies, manipulate terrorist attacks on our nation which kills over four thousand souls as a means to instigate a military attack on an innocent country and murder its' leader, enact laws for the sake of altering or diminishing our constitutional rights, placing our nation in jeopardy by failing to mediate with world leaders and on and on. Do you want to really support our troops? Bring to justice those who put them in harms way for frivolous and personal reasons. How many of their brothers and sisters have already sacrificed life and limb for these fascist maniacs? Should they not get justice now because we're tired of dealing with this mess? No.

Forgive and forget? No way, absolutely not!

Congress can get on with the indictments and trials, and there will be many as there were many people involved and no one gets a pass. No one.

It wasn't an act configured by Bush alone, and Bush alone should not be charged. Everyone from Carl Rove, Dick Cheney, Condoleezza Rice, Donald Rumsfeld and dozens upon dozens of others, every corporate head and CEO who had their hands out waiting for their contracts, their assignments, their stipends should be included in charges of conspiracy. I'm sure it will involve hundreds on down the ladder but no one should be exempted, no one would be under any other circumstances. This was the gravest crime, the most brazen act of greed, the most despicable offense which has ever been committed on our soil, bar none. How can we, people who live by the constitution, possibly ignore the brazen disregard for its' laws by the people sworn to uphold it, the very people elected (by duplicity) to uphold it.

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Holding murderers accountable:

The case against Bush, Cheney et al.

By William John Cox

Recently, there has been a flood of new evidence clearly proving beyond any reasonable doubt that our president and vice president, along with others, conspired to engage the United States in an unnecessary and illegal war and repeatedly and deliberately lied to the American people about the true facts of the matter. Most specifically, the president committed felonies when he lied to Congress about his justification for ordering the attack on Iraq which resulted in the murder of all who have died in his fraudulent “War on Terrorism.”


Protesters ‘willing to risk jail’ to urge Bush, Cheney indictment

There is a well-established law in our jurisprudence which places an affirmative duty on all of us to expose any treasonous or criminal act which comes to our attention. Failure to do so is defined as “misprision.” As good citizens, we are writing to you out of duty, knowing that if felonies have been committed we are to inform a magistrate. Silently to observe the commission of a felony, without endeavoring to apprehend the offender, is a misprision.

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