End War Crimes On This Earth.

The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder -...
The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder – Vincent Bugliosi (Photo credit: ~C4Chaos)

Posted August 12, 2013

by Jerry Alatalo

Vincent Bugliosi is most well-known for being the prosecutor in the infamous Charles Manson murder trial. A few years ago he wrote a book with evidence pointing to the guilt of George W. Bush for murder in the time leading up to and during the Iraq War.

The reason I am sharing this interview of Vincent Bugliosi from a few years ago is that, as he mentions, there is no statute of limitations for the crime of murder. Perhaps a man or woman will read this post who knows one of the one thousand prosecutors in America who can prosecute George W. Bush for murder.

There is a chance that someone will read Vincent Bugliosi’s book and take action to make certain justice prevails. My sense is that Vincent Bugliosi is a standup man in the best tradition of that term. His truthfulness and sincerity during this interview are painfully obvious.

My reason for offering this information has nothing whatsoever to do with politics. If George Bush were replaced by any person on Earth in this instance, if Bugliosi found the most beloved figure in the world to have done what George Bush did, then Mr. Bugliosi, along with many men and women, would still agree that person has to be tried for murder.

Any person on Earth, from any country or region, who is responsible for the deaths of thousands of people, the pain of suffering of millions, and the ruination of lives because of lies, must face the consequences of their actions. There is no argument in this case; it is what those in the legal profession call “open and shut.” Vincent Bugliosi makes such an obvious, logical argument that, when George Bush is a free man after all these years, one has to wonder.

How does humanity end war crime, what the Nuremberg Tribunal found as, “the supreme international crime differing only from other crimes in that it contains within itself the accumulated evil of the whole.”?

As Vincent Bugliosi rightly and plainly explains: you prosecute the criminals.

It is that simple.