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Will Senator Leahy consider helping prosecute George W. Bush?

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Senator Patrick Leahy,
I am posting this open letter to you on the internet and would like to post your response on my Judicial Abuse blog [found here].

I’d like to pose the “Obama question” on prosecuting George W. Bush and his co-conspirators now that Barack Obama has been elected US President.

Can [this blueprint], authored by Vincent Bugliosi, be used to go after George W. Bush and other domestic, and international criminals, who perpetrated the illegal act of waging a ground war in Iraq, causing the deaths of so many Americans serving in Iraq? If lies were told for a ground war, aren’t the culprits responsible for the deaths resulting, and shouldn’t these “perps” be prosecuted for murder here in the US?

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Should the entire US Senate and Congress be asked to view Phil Donahue's documentary, "Body of War", to analyze failures and what can be done in the future for us not to make the same mistakes in our US government responses to a perceived threat and information used to get a "predictable" and manipulated response? Phil's documentary is proof of crimes committed by Bush and Co., I ask Phil about arresting George W. Bush in [this video].

My second question is, if I can prove there is too much public corruption in the Connecticut legislature, namely the Judiciary Committee, and the Judicial Branch in Connecticut is being run in an unethical, illegal, and is defrauding federal taxpayers, can we discuss [this] in an official Senate Hearing in front of you and other Judiciary Committee members? I believe it is not possible to get remedy in Connecticut from elected officials and in the courts in Connecticut. Will you hear me, Chris Kennedy on the national scourge of fatherlessness and judicial abuse, documentary producer Francis C. P. Knize producer of "In the Interests of Justice" series, Richard Hettler, Elena Sassower, and others out regarding judicial misconduct, abuse, and allow us to offer solutions to these problems?

Please advise. Please acknowledge receipt of this email to you.

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Thank you,

Steven G. Erickson
PO Box Eight Seventy-Four
Brattleboro, VT 05302


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