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Letter to Vermont Congressman Peter Welch asking for help prosecuting George W. Bush internationally and/or in America

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 Vermont US Congressman Peter Welch's [website]

Text of letter I sent to Peter Welch:

Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations

I respect what you are doing.

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Now that Barack Obama is in office, and Bush out of office, I'd like to make a request of you.

If the World's Court, The Hague, can be recognized by the US, is it possible to extradite George W. Bush and his co-conspirators to the International Court for causing unnecessary American deaths in a ground war the US was lied into in Iraq and for war crimes committed, to be heard in the World Court? Will you introduce a bill in Congress to recognize the world court?

Will you introduce legislation to investigate George W. Bush and his co-conspirators for murder in the US using Vincent Bugliosi's blueprint found here:

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I'm an author on the OpEdNews.com website and am going to publish this open letter to you there. If you go there, you can do a word search on your name to find the post.

I would like this case reviewed by the Government Oversight and Investigations Committee:

Should any US citizen ask local and state police for help with the problem of prostitution, crack cocaine, heroin, vandalism, and rampant crime, be told to shut up, and then terrorized out his/her home, told he/she is kicked out of a US state, and then railroaded to prison? Should police pay informants to kill and beat up those who lodge police misconduct complaints, example:

Should police align themselves with drug dealers, prostitutes, and other criminals to target and retaliate against citizens who are vocal and politically active?

I went to local elected officials when I lived in Stafford Springs, Connecticut, and told them I was to sue police for violating my civil rights, proposing Civilian Oversight of Police legislation, and was also vocal in letters to the editor printed in major newspapers. The Connecticut State Police answered any correspondence I thought I had, privately, with local elected officials. Police told me to shut my mouth, that I couldn't propose laws regarding police without their permission, and that I was kicked out of Connecticut. I was railroaded to prison shortly after resisting being mugged on the property I used to own. The false arrest and rigged trial, should be looked into.

Now that George W. Bush is out of office, is it possible for citizens now to get actual justice in America?

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Please let me know by mail or email. My phone number is no longer good as I was not able to pay the bill.

Thank you,

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


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Steven G. Erickson is a freelance cameraman, blogger, photographer, documentary producer, screenwriter, sometimes journalist, and can and will travel anywhere if the terms are right. His objective is to reform America's courts, creating a "People's (more...)

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