The national defense was sorely lacking during the 9/11 attacks, despite an awesome world wide military potential. Similarly, the administrations successful efforts to exempt themselves from the consequences of international war crimes tribunals since 2003 occurred while the potential existed for domestic prosecutions as Bugliosi outlines in this book. It poses a much more serious and final threat to willful leaders who casually use their citizens as fodder in their wars to benefit the narrow interests of financial actors who fear real competition on an even playing field.
By Vincent Bugliosi
Vanguard Press (May 26, 2008 )
Hardcover: 352 pages
About the author
Michael Collins writes about the assault on voting rights and other corruptions of the new millennium. He conducted an extensive interview with Vincent Bugliosi on August 3, 2008 published here and here. He is the author of Election 2004: The Urban Legend and Notes from the Underground which exposed the distortions required in the 2004 national exit poll to show a Bush win. He is one of few to report on the ongoing struggles of Susan Lindauer, an activist accused of being a foreign agent, who was the subject of a government request for forced psychiatric medication.