Vincent Bugliosi to Testify before the House Committee on the Judiciary's Hearing - "The Imperial Presidency of George W. Bush and Possible Legal Responses"


    Citing Evidence Contained in Bugliosi's Bestselling Book THE PROSECUTION
    OF GEORGE W. BUSH FOR MURDER

    NEW YORK, July 24 /CNW/ - On Friday, July 25, 2008, world-renowned
prosecutor and No.1 bestselling author Vincent Bugliosi will appear before the
House Committee on the Judiciary's hearing on The Imperial Presidency of
George W. Bush and possible legal responses to it.
    Mr. Bugliosi is one of the nation's most respected trial lawyers, having
successfully prosecuted 105 of 106 felony jury trials, including 21 murder
convictions without a single loss. Author of three No.1 New York Times
bestsellers, Bugliosi has written what has proven to be one of the most
explosive, powerful, and important books in many years; THE PROSECUTION OF
GEORGE W. BUSH FOR MURDER (Vanguard Press), which takes an unprecedented look
at the monumental crime behind the Iraq war. Bugliosi presents a tight legal
case against President Bush as being criminally responsible for the deaths of
more than 4,000 American soldiers in Iraq.
    "If George Bush, as I believe, took this nation to war in Iraq on a lie,
causing catastrophic repercussions on a scale far larger than the horror of
9/11, what should we, as a nation, do about it?" asks Bugliosi. On Friday,
Bugliosi will present evidence to the House Committee on the Judiciary that he
believes proves beyond a reasonable doubt that the Bush administration
knowingly misled the nation into war. Bugliosi will site documentary evidence
that proves the administration knew Hussein was not an imminent threat, yet
told the nation the exact opposite in its criminal effort to convince
Americans of the need to go to war.
    Bugliosi, who has developed a reputation as a meticulous researcher, has
compiled all of this evidence and much more into his New York Times
bestselling book, THE PROSECUTION OF GEORGE W. BUSH FOR MURDER. Bugliosi was
invited by the House of Representatives to testify on executive power and its
Constitutional limitations: http://judiciaryhouse.gov.
    The July 25 hearing will be held at 10:00 a.m. in Room 2141 of the
Rayburn House Office Building.




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