"The action I am taking is no more than a radical measure to hasten the explosion of truth and justice. I have but one passion: to enlighten those who have been kept in the dark, in the name of humanity which has suffered so much and is entitled to happiness. My fiery protest is simply the cry of my very soul. Let them dare, then, to bring me before a court of law and let the enquiry take place in broad daylight!" - Emile Zola, J'accuse! (1898) -

Monday, July 7, 2008

George Bush Is Accused Of Murder : Read It Now!


Ex-Prosecutor’s Book Accuses Bush of Murder: NY TIMES



Please Open and Explore These Links:

http://www.prosecutionofbush.com/ :

http://www.prosecutionofbush.com/video.php

http://www.prosecutionofbush.com/excerpt3p1.php



As a Los Angeles county prosecutor, Vincent Bugliosi batted a thousand in murder cases: 21 trials, 21 convictions, including the Charles Manson case in 1971.



As an author, Mr. Bugliosi has written three No. 1 best sellers and won three Edgar Allan Poe awards, the top honor for crime writers. More than 30 years ago he co-wrote the best seller “Helter Skelter,” about the Manson case.

So Mr. Bugliosi could be forgiven for perhaps thinking that a new book would generate considerable interest, among reviewers and on the broadcast talk-show circuit.



But if he thought that, he would have been mistaken: his latest, a polemic with the provocative title “The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder,” has risen to best-seller status with nary a peep from the usual outlets that help sell books: cable television and book reviews in major daily newspapers.



Internet advertising has been abundant, but ABC Radio refused to accept an advertisement for the book during the Don Imus show, said Roger Cooper, the publisher of Vanguard Press, which put out the book.



ABC Radio did not respond to a request for comment.



Mr. Bugliosi, in a recent telephone interview from his home in Los Angeles, said he had expected some resistance from the mainstream media because of the subject matter — the book lays a legal case for holding President Bush “criminally responsible” for the deaths of American soldiers in Iraq — but not a virtual blackout.



The book was published in late May by Vanguard Press, a division of the Perseus Books Group — which also owns PublicAffairs Books, the publisher of the recent memoir by a former White House spokesman, Scott McClellan — and has sold about 130,000 copies. On Sunday it was No. 14 on the New York Times best-seller list. (The Times published a lengthy review of Mr. Bugliosi’s Kennedy book last year by the writer Bryan Burrough of Vanity Fair; his latest book is under consideration for review, said Robert R. Harris, the deputy editor of The New York Times Book Review.)

1 comments:

Laurie Dobson said...

On You Tube, at my site: dobsonforsenate, Ralph Nader stands with me in Kennebunkport, with the Bush Compound in the background, as I call for Bush to be Indicted for War Crimes. Back in February we call for a local ordinance to do this here. If anyone would like to help get 210 signatures, it will go to the general election warrant in November. If it passes, it will be an enforceable ordinance. If you want to bring this message home, send it to Bush here at his summer home, where he grew up and where he still brings people. We will hold a weekend event on July 31st to Aug. 2 in protest of McCain coming to town. There will be a camping event also happening. This would be a good time to come and get signatures. Who's on board? contact@dobsonforsenate.com
Laurie Dobson