Monday, February 23, 2009

Virginia Alert: It Is Time To Act From Maine To California, Florida To Washington: Time To Prosecute Bush/Cheney .

Virginia Alert: It Is Time To Act From Maine To California, Florida To Washington: Time To Prosecute Bush/Cheney .



"The action I am taking is no more than a radical measure to hasten the explosion of truth and justice. I have but one passion: to enlighten those who have been kept in the dark, in the name of humanity which has suffered so much and is entitled to happiness. My fiery protest is simply the cry of my very soul. Let them dare, then,
to bring me before a court of law and let the enquiry take place in
broad daylight!"

- Emile Zola, J'accuse! (1898) –

“If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude
than the animating contest of freedom, — go from us in peace. We ask
not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed
you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and
may posterity forget
that ye were our countrymen!”

-Sam Adams-



The DA List

We mailed the last of the books February 7, 2009. All 2,200 prosecutors should have received their book and cover letter. It is now time to contact your local prosecutor to see if they are going to pursue the serious crimes documented by Mr. Bugliosi.


We suggest that after an intial phone call, a follow-up letter is sent to their office.


To locate your local prosecutor choose your state below. You'll find the prosecutor's contact information, and you can also download the state's list PDF. Or you can download the entire United States DA list PDF by clicking here.


The next step is to click on the "Petition" tab, download, print, and circulate. After collecting signatures, mail the petition to your local prosecutor.


Every DA who’s received a book will understand that their re-election depends on upholding the Rule of Law.



A. Lee Ervin
Commonwealth's Attorney
Augusta County
6 East Johnson Street, 3rd Floor
Staunton, VA 24401
Phone (540) 245-5313
Fax (540) 245-5348

Alexander Iden
Commonwealth's Attorney
City of Winchester
5 North Kent Street
Winchester, VA 22601
Phone (540) 667-5770
Fax (540) 665-9087

Bradley W. Finch
Commonwealth's Attorney
Montgomery County
I East Main Street, Suite 111
Christiansburg, VA 24073
Phone (540) 382-5705
Fax (540) 381-6815

Bruce D. Jones, Jr.
Commonwealth's Attorney
Northampton County
P.O. Box 690
Eastville, VA 23347
Phone (757) 678-0455
Fax (757) 678-0456

Chad Dotson
Commonwealth's Attorney
Wise County
P.O. Box 69
Wise, VA 24293
Phone (276) 328-9406
Fax (276) 328-5234

Charles S. Sharp
Commonwealth's Attorney
City of Fredericksburg
P.O. Box 886
Fredericksburg, VA 22404
Phone (540) 372-1040
Fax (540) 372-1181

Christopher Corbett
Commonwealth's Attorney
Patrick County
P.O. Box 1270
Stuart, VA 24171
Phone (276) 694-7145
Fax (276) 694-2320

Clifford F. Hapgood
Commonwealth's Attorney
Franklin County
County Courthouse, 3rd Floor
Rocky Mount, VA 24151
Phone (540) 483-3092
Fax (540) 483-3094

Daniel M. Chichester
Commonwealth's Attorney
Stafford County
P.O. Box 66
Stafford, VA 22555
Phone (540) 658-8780
Fax (540) 658-4031

Dennis H. Lee
Commonwealth's Attorney
Tazewell County
P.O. Box 946
Tazewell, VA 24651
Phone (276) 988-7541
Fax (276) 988-5165

Dennis L. Godfrey
Commonwealth's Attorney
Washington County
191 East Main Street
Abingdon, VA 24210
Phone (276) 676-6291
Fax (276) 676-6293

Donald Caldwell
Commonwealth's Attorney
City of Roanoke
315 Church Avenue, S.W.
Roanoke, VA 24016
Phone (540) 853-3636

Earle Mobley
Commonwealth's Attorney
City of Portsmouth
P.O. Box 1417
Portsmouth, VA 23705
Phone (757) 393-8581
Fax (757) 393-5011

Edward K Stein
Commonwealth's Attorney
Alleghany Cnty./City of Covington
P.O. Box 859
Covington, VA 24426
Phone (540) 965-1740
Fax (540) 965-1702

Edwin Randy Leach, III
Commonwealth's Attorney
Roanoke County
305 East Main St., Rm. 203
Salem, VA 24153
Phone (540) 387-6174
Fax (540) 387-6065

Eric Cooke
Commonwealth's Attorney
Southampton County/City of Franklin
P.O. Box 346
Courtland, VA 23837
Phone (757) 653-2045
Fax (757) 653-2492

Gary L. Close
Commonwealth's Attorney
Culpeper County
135 West Cameron Street
Culpeper, VA 22701
Phone (540) 727-3441
Fax (540) 727-3476

Harvey L. Bryant
Commonwealth's Attorney
City of Virginia Beach
2425 Nimmo Parkway, 10 B
Virginia Beach, VA 23456-9050
Phone (757) 385-4401
Fax (757) 427-0178

Howard E. Gwynn
Commonwealth's Attorney
City of Newport News
2501 Washington Ave., 6th Fl.
Newport News, VA 23607
Phone (757) 928-6876
Fax (757) 247-8474

James L. Camblos III
Commonwealth's Attorney
Albermarle County
410 East High Street
Charlottesville, VA 22902
Phone (434) 972-4072
Fax (434) 972-4093

Jay C. Paul
Commonwealth's Attorney
Prince George County
6601 Courts Drive
Prince George, VA 23875
Phone (804) 733-2790
Fax (804) 862-3586

Joan Zigler
Commonwealth's Attorney
City of Martinsville
55 West Church Street
Martinsville, VA 24114
Phone (276) 406-5470
Fax (276) 403-5478

Joel R. Branscom
Commonwealth's Attorney
Botetourt County
P.O. Box 4
Fincastle, VA 24090
Phone (540) 473-8227
Fax (540) 473-8372

John R. Doyle, III
Commonwealth's Attorney
City of Norfolk
800 E. City Hall Ave., Ste. 600
Norfolk, VA 23510
Phone (757) 664-4444
Fax (757) 664-4445

K. Mike Fleenor, Jr.
Commonwealth's Attorney
Pulaski County
45 3rd St., N.W., Suite 201
Pulaski, VA 24301-5007
Phone (540) 980-7893
Fax (540) 980-7994

Kirby H. Porter
Commonwealth's Attorney
Hanover County
P.O. Box 470
Hanover, VA 23069
Phone (804) 537-6185
Fax (804) 537-6295

Lawrence R. Ambrogi
Commonwealth's Attorney
Frederick County
107 North Kent Street
Winchester, VA 22601
Phone (540) 665-6383
Fax (540) 667-3454

Lee R. Harrison
Commonwealth's Attorney
Amelia County
P.O. Box 169
Amelia, VA 23002
Phone (804) 561-3302
Fax (804) 561-3705

Linda Curtis
Commonwealth's Attorney
City of Hampton
236 N. King Street
Hampton, VA 23669
Phone (757) 727-6442
Fax (757) 727-6802

Marsha Garst
Commonwealth's Attorney
Rockingham County/City of Harrisonburg
53 Court Square, Suite 210
Harrisonburg, VA 22801-3720
Phone (540) 564-3350
Fax (540) 433-9161

Matthew J. Britton
Commonwealth's Attorney
King George County
9483 Kings Highway #4
King George, VA 22485
Phone (540) 775-4442
Fax (540) 775-7310

Michael E. McGinty
Commonwealth's Attorney
City of Williamsburg/
James City County
5201 Monitcello Avenue, Suite 4
Williamsburg, VA 23188
Phone (757) 564-2277
Fax (757) 567-2288

Michael J. Bush
Commonwealth's Attorney
Russell County
P.O. Box 2110
Lebanon, VA 24266
Phone (276) 889-8214
Fax (276) 889-8217

Michael N. Herring
Commonwealth's Attorney
City of Richmond
400 North 9th St., Rm. 100
Richmond, VA 23219-1998

Michael R. Doucette
Commonwealth's Attorney
City of Lynchburg
901 Church Street, 3rd Floor
Lynchburg, VA 24505
Phone (434) 455-3762
Fax (434) 846-5038

Nancy G. Parr
Commonwealth's Attorney
City of Chesapeake
307 Albemarle Drive, Suite 200A
Chesapeake, VA 23322
Phone (757) 382-3200
Fax (757) 382-3227

Paul B. Ebert
Commonwealth's Attorney
Prince William County
9311 Lee Avenue
Manassas, VA 20110
Phone (703) 792-6050
Fax (703) 792-7081

Peter H. Luke
Commonwealth's Attorney
Rappahannock County
P.O. Box 399
Washington, VA 22747
Phone (540) 675-3318
Fax (540) 675-3698

Randy C. Krantz
Commonwealth's Attorney
Bedford County
P.O. Box 1071
Bedford, VA 24523
Phone (540) 586-7628
Fax (540) 586-2483

Richard E. Trodden
Commonwealth's Attorney
Arlington County
1425 North Courthouse Road
Arlington, VA 22201
Phone (703) 228-4552
Fax (703) 228-7116

Robert D. Hicks
Commonwealth's Attorney
Gloucester County
P.O. Box 456
Gloucester, VA 23061-0456
Phone (804) 693-4995
Fax (804) 693-9425

Robert F. Horan, Jr.
Commonwealth's Attorney
Fairfax County
4110 Chain Bridge Road
Fairfax, VA 22030
Phone (703) 246-2776
Fax (703) 691-4004

Robert Harris
Commonwealth's Attnys. Servs.
P.O. Box 3549
Williamsburg, VA 23187
Phone (757) 253-4153
Fax (757) 253-7159

Robert L. Bushnell
Commonwealth's Attorney
Henry County
3160 Kings Mountain Rd., Ste. D
Martinsville, VA 24112
Phone (276) 634-4500
Fax (276) 634-4500

Robert N. Joyce
Commonwealth's Attorney
Rockbridge County/City of Lexington
17 Courthouse Square
Lexington, VA 24450

Ronald L. Morris
Commonwealth's Attorney
Greene County
P.O. Box 1028
Standardsville, VA 22973
Phone (434) 985-5212
Fax (434) 985-3086

Roy F. Evans, Jr.
Commonwealth's Attorney
Smyth County
County Courthouse, Room 124
Marion, VA 24354
Phone (540) 782-4042
Fax (540) 782-4043

S. Randolph Sengel
Commonwealth's Attorney
City of Alexandria
520 King Street, Room 301
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone (703) 838-4100
Fax (703) 838-3897

Thaddeus R. Cox
Commonwealth's Attorney
Craig County
P.O. Box 284
New Castle, VA 24127
Phone (540) 864-5394
Fax (540) 864-6466

Wade A. Kizer
Commonwealth's Attorney
Henrico County
P.O. Box 27032
Richmond, VA 23273
Phone (804) 501-4218
Fax (804) 501-4110

Warner Chapman
Commonwealth's Attorney
City of Charlottesville
P.O. Box 911, City Hall
Charlottesville, VA 22902
Phone (434) 970-3176
Fax (434) 971-8202

Wayne Emery
Commonwealth's Attorney
Richmond County
P.O. Box 1475
Warsaw, VA 22572
Phone (804) 333-3573
Fax (804) 333-1108

William Fuller III
Commonwealth's Attorney
City of Danville
P.O. Box 516
Danville, VA 24543
Phone (434) 797-1635
Fax (434) 797-4809

William Neely
Commonwealth's Attorney
Spotsylvania County
P.O. Box 2629
Spotsylvania, VA 22553
Phone (540) 507-7650
Fax (540) 582-3291

W. W. Davenport
Commonwealth's Attorney
Chesterfield County
P.O. Box 25
Chesterfield, VA 23832
Phone (804) 748-1221
Fax (804) 717-6277


George W. Bush was not impeached.


After Inauguration Day Bush left office and is living a life of privilege and comfort

American Military Deaths in Iraq



In Combat

Since war began:



Since 5/1/2003:






Total Wounded:




An estimated 1.2 million Iraqis have been killed violently since the US invasion. More than 4 million Iraqis have now been displaced by violence in the country.


Cost of the War in Iraq



Regardless of the horrendous damage Bush has inflicted upon Iraq and this country, George W. Bush is planning to walk away from the greatest crime ever committed by an American President.


He took this country to war under false pretenses.


He lied to the Congress and the rest of the American people in order to start his war with Iraq.


How can we let this happen? Is there anything we can do about it? Vincent Bugliosi has come up with a remarkable solution in his latest book, The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder.


After reading the book it becomes obvious that impeachment, even if it was "on the table," was not justice.




"Bugliosi meticulously lays out a case against George W. Bush for purposefully deceiving the United States into war, thereby causing over 4,000 U.S. soldier deaths and 100,000-plus civilian Iraqi deaths and counting."


"Bugliosi is in a good position as a former prosecutor to ask--on behalf of millions of people--why should someone who accidentally kills a person in a liquor store holdup be prosecuted to the full extent of the law, yet someone who creates death and destruction on an unimaginable scale sail off into the sunset and have a library named after them? Is U.S. law based on justice, or whim?"


From the The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder website:


"A searing indictment of the President and his administration, The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder also outlines a legally credible pathway to holding our highest government officials accountable for their actions, thereby creating a framework for future occupants of the oval office."


According to Mr. Bugliosi, any state attorney, and many county-level district attorneys, could prosecute George W. Bush for murder and conspiracy to commit murder. To establish jurisdiction for murder, a U.S. soldier who died in Iraq would have to be from that state, or from that local county. And every U.S. state has lost at least one resident to the war in Iraq.


We couldn't do anything about George Bush while he was in office. But now some brave prosecutor in this country, armed with the information in Mr. Bugliosi's book, can bring this war-criminal to trial.


Head to the Mission page to read how we can help make that happen.

The Mission – 

Cover Letter – 

The Book – 

The DA List – 

The Petition – 

Contact – 

Links – 



Document Drawer

Memo to Rumsfeld
Re: Torture Deaths 

The Missing Memos FOIA Page

House Committee Jan 2009 Report to Chairman Conyers

ProPublica's Interactive Bush/DOJ Memos page

August 2001 PDB

Downing Street Memo

White House Emails

Libby Indictment

Torture Documents

Sworn Statements by Abu Ghraib Detainees

Liminal Documents: Between Guantanamo and Abu Ghraib

Text: President Bush, signing statements

The Torture of Mohammed Al Qahtani

Rendition to Torture Report

Report: Torture and Cruel, Inhuman, and Degrading Treatment of Prisoners at Guantanamo

Bush Interrogation Documents


A Truth Commission to Investigate Bush-Cheney Administration Abuses


I have set up a petition at, and I hope you will sign it to urge Congress to consider establishing a truth and reconciliation commission to investigate the Bush-Cheney administration's abuses. We already have over 7,000 signatures, but we need to hit 10,000 signatures -- or more -- by next week, to build momentum behind this idea.

Patrick Leahy
U.S. Senator


                                                     Indict Bush       


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Guest: Howard Dean, Howard Fineman, Jonathan Truly


KEITH OLBERMANN, HOST (voice-over):  Which of these stories will you be talking about tomorrow?


Karl Rove, to be prosecuted; Harriet Miers, to be prosecuted; Josh Bolten, to be prosecuted—so Speaker of the House Pelosi thinks.  And the broader Bush crimes—torture, eavesdropping, rendition, quote, “We should have full examination.”  Quote, “I think that further information might take us to that place”—prosecution.


As Karl Rove tries to cut a deal on his testimony, the speaker calls a truth and reconciliation commission helpful.  And Alberto Gonzales says he would cooperate, quote, “so long as what with we‘re talking about is the truth and things don‘t become politicized.”  Politicized, Alberto, seriously.


Cutting off their states despite their faces: Republican governors, Palin of Alaska, Jindal of Louisiana, Perry of Texas, Barbour of Mississippi, maybe even Sanford of South Carolina, say they might not accept funds from the stimulus, that they all dream of running for president just a coincidence.  Our startled special guest, former Governor Howard Dean.


Insurrection at Rupert Murdoch‘s house: An editor e-mails her colleagues about the racist violent depiction about the president in a “New York Post” cartoon, “I neither commissioned or approved it.  I saw it in the paper yesterday with the rest of the world.  And, I have raised my objections to management.”  And the push begins to revoke the Murdoch waiver that lets him own multiple TV stations and a newspaper in the same city, New York.


The shoe-thrower speaks.  The in-court eloquence of Muntadar al-Zaidi, “I felt the blood of innocents was running under his feet.”


And they have found billionaire conman Allen Stanford, accused of ripping off $8 billion from 50,000 clients.  Allen Stanford who is now linked to Sean Hannity?



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