GRITtv: Vermont Candidate for Atty General to Prosecute Bush for Murder

A major breakthrough in prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi's case against the president.

Yesterday on GRITtv Vincent Bugliosi announced that a candidate for Attorney General somewhere in the United States would, if elected, take up the prosecution of George W. Bush for murder. Well, that candidate is Charlotte Dennett, a long time investigative journalist and Progressive Party candidate for Attorney General in Vermont. She will appear at an event with Bugliosi on Thursday, September 18 at Burlington City Hall to announce their intention to launch criminal proceedings against Bush if Dennett is elected to office.

According to Dennett, "When I read Mr. Bugliosi’s meticulously-argued case it struck a chord with me as a Vermonter and an American citizen. Tragically, our state has the highest per capita loss of soldiers. 36 towns have voted to impeach President Bush. We Vermonters fiercely cherish our democracy and our country's Constitution. We're up for this fight."

Watch the full interview at

Laura Flanders is the host of GRITtv and the author of Blue Grit: True Democrats Take Back Politics from the Politicians.
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