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United States v. George W. Bush et al. Paperback – November 7, 2006
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I disagree with the reader who stated that one's enjoyment depends on politics. This book should be required reading by every American -- our country was lead into war. We need to hold those responsible accountable. There is nothing partisan or political about the legal analysis.
Only quibble is -- as the Publisher's Review quote notes -- the attempts at humor and conversations with the grand jurors seems forced and cutesy. Stick with the facts of your case -- they are an absorbing read all alone.
Like reviewer Prall, I found a number of small errors in the text, but the criminal behavior is quite clearly defined and there is plenty of evidence to exceed the "Probable Cause" standard for issuing an indictment. On page 48 de la Vega refers to "all 24 of you". On page 238 the Grand Jury is called a "group of 25 people", which appears to be another error unless the court reporter and AUSA are included in the group! Federal Grand Juries (in my district at least) are populated with exactly 23 members, not 24 or 25. Any action taken requires 12 jurors to vote in favor. The odd number of jurors avoids tie votes.Read more ›
Readers waiting for the next protest march to begin as well as those waking up from a six year coma should consider this required reading.
The service Ms. de la Vega has done with this work is the stuff of true patriotic heroism. I Thank Her, it remains up to the rest of us to see that this is step one not the end of the story.
Elizabeth de la Vega has produced a tantalizing, highly readable analysis of the run up to the war in Iraq. Through the device of a fictionalized grand jury presentation, she brings the story to life without turning it into a flight of fancy. And de la Vega builds a powerful case for greater accountability and integrity in our nation's highest offices. The facts revealed in "U.S. v. Bush" are ones that, for the sake of our country, we cannot afford to ignore.
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Methodical and vital reading... A must to better understand the "who, what, when, where" of Iraq and hopefully how to avoid future repetition.Published 24 months ago by R. L. Chacona
This book's wording should have been included in the indictment of the Bush administration. Ms De La Vega is not a "liberal" she's a former prosecutor who knows criminal... Read morePublished on August 15, 2014 by Prissy
(USvB) United States v. George W. Bush et al. by Elizabeth de la Vega
(PBM) The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder by Vincent Bugliosi
(PvB) The People V. Read more
Plese now read the latest book on W in court by Vincent Bugliosi called: The Prosecution of George W Bush for MurderPublished on December 7, 2008 by Laura O'Shea
Im no Bushbot, voted for the man twice. It came down to the lesser of two evils ( Gore, Kerry) as far as I was concerned. Bush is a moron, but, this is the work an evil liberal. Read morePublished on September 10, 2007 by Sparrow
The persuasive and informative little book U.S. v Bush by retired prosecutor Elizabeth de la Vega lays out a strong case for the prosecution of George Bush, Richard Cheney, Donald... Read morePublished on June 28, 2007 by Renee E. DAoust
Elizabeth hits the nail on the head. This is a 5 star fantasy, I can imagine being in the courtroom and sitting on my hands so I don't jump up and cheer when she twists the... Read morePublished on June 12, 2007 by D. Mason
If Bush is ever brought to trial, it will prove highly costly to the taxpayers. Ms. de la Vega has presented an excellent case and series of arguments against Dumbya, aka Bush. Read morePublished on April 17, 2007 by BeatleBangs1964