Guilty Or Innocent: People Vs. the Bush Administration

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Trafford Publishing, 2005 - History - 592 pages
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Our government has always maintained a certain level of secrecy when it comes to the internal workings of its organization. In the past our government has closed their eyes to certain actions by the CIA, FBI, and others. We as a people, along with the government, justified these actions with the thought of necessity in order to protect the freedom of this country. These actions we believed to be for the greater good of all people. However, when the government steps over the line and commits unlawful acts only for the greater good of a few people, the necessity can no longer be looked at as justified.

This book is intended to have the reader attempt to answer the unanswered questions. It is written as though it were a trial. In a normal trial the prosecution would present its case first, and then the defense would present its case. By law the defendant is innocent until proven guilty. This is a case of "You, the people of the United States vs. the Bush Administration." There are many defendants in this case, most notable being president George W. Bush.

For the past four years, the Bush administration has put its case to the people of this country for its actions within our borders and around the world. The Bush administration has placed many items into evidence, called many witnesses, and has asked you, the people of the United States, to trust them without question. The Bush administration, or the defense, rested its case with the reelection of President Bush. Now, it is time for the prosecution to present its case.

I am not going to ask you to do any more than look at the case from both sides. If you need to refer back to the defense's case, or testimony, you will be able to review many speeches and addresses by President Bush and members of his administration, which will be placed into evidence. What I am asking you to do is use your common sense. At the end of this case, many questions will be asked. Answer those questions, and then you decide the guilt or innocence of the defendants. You are the jury. It is up to you to decide the fate of this country and those beyond our borders. No man is above the law, even if that man is the President of the United States.


 

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The author was indeed ahead of his time. This book was published way before these facts became known to the general public.

Contents

Preface
18
Terrorism within
1855
Fighting Terrorism
1863
guilty or InnoQent
1894
Penalty Instructions
1903
EXHIBIT 4
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EXHIBIT
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EXHIBIT 9
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EXHIBIT 22
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EXHIBIT 24
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EXHIBIT 25
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EXHIBIT 26
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EXHIBIT 27
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EXHIBIT 29
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EXHIBIT 31
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EXHIBIT 23
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EXHIBIT 13
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EXHIBIT 19
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EXHIBIT 33
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