Barry SCHWARTZ (Barijo ŜVARC) (chemoelectric) wrote,

Jonathan Turley’s call for an international tribunal to deal with US war crimes


Turley’s call is more a comment on the Democratic Congressional leadership, and now also Barack Obama, than it is about Bush. We long have known that Bush was a war criminal, but now we also know that our political class do not intend to prosecute him. Indeed, it intends to ratify and ‘legalize’ Bush’s misdeeds rather than punish them. Thus the US is unwilling to prosecute the war crimes, so that they must be prosecuted elsewhere.

Personally, I think our international neighbors are too cowardly to prosecute the US, and have more hope that Bush can be convicted of murder under state laws.

BTW I have Vincent Bugliosi’s bestseller The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder on its way to me. You likely haven’t heard about it, because it is mostly blacklisted in the mainstream media; but it has become a NYT bestseller anyway. Bugliosi points out in interviews that Bush could be executed. For me, an execution of George W. Bush would be like alcohol to an alcoholic—something desired, but abstained from regardless. Let’s just lock him up for life.

You know, Bugliosi had trouble even finding a publisher who would publish the book, and Vincent Bugliosi is an author of multiple bestsellers.

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