by Bob Elmendorf 6/30/08

If you, like most people who are desirous of seeing the President impeached, which in any event could lead to some kind of deal or pardon, have given up on that outcome, Mr. Bugliosi’s book is the perfect antidote for your frustration.

According to Democracy Now “In his career at the LA County District Attorney’s office, he successfully prosecuted 105 of 106 felony jury trials, including twenty-one murder convictions without a single loss.” Mr. Bugliosi brings that experience and a thorough knowledge of the law and couples it with evidence that the President lied that Iraq was an imminent threat to show how a murder charge could be brought by any county district attorney in the country that had a soldier who had been killed Iraq. Although the book has copious footnotes and annotations, it is enlivened by Mr. Bugliosi’s unbridled scorn for the President which manifests itself in fulminations of peppery adjectives. The arguments are easy to follow because he explains legal terms carefully, and shows you how he would conduct the trial depending on which choices the President made to defend himself.

All that is required now is for some District Attorney to take the initiative, and Mr. Bugliosi volunteers to help in any way he can.