Organizations and Individuals Working on Prosecutions:

Individuals need not be a lawyer or even a paralegal to help work on this. Identify and make it possible for the many outstanding individuals and organizations working on various aspects of prosecutions to better coordinate their efforts. These include in particular:

• The Robert Jackson Steering Committee is chaired by David Swanson. David's web site WarIsACrime has links to other sources and organizations and a myriad of tools to help with prosecutions. David is also the author of  "Daybreak: Undoing the Imperial Presidency and Forming a More Perfect Union."

• The Veterans for Peace (VFP) Prosecute War Criminals Working Group is chaired by Ron Fisher the compiler of the web site and

• In his book George W. Bush, War Criminal?, Michael Haas, alleges that president G. W. Bush committed 269 war crimes and provides sources of evidence of these crimes. Haas provides detailed descriptions of these crimes, on his web site under “Types of War Crimes.” Other U. S. Government Officials have also violated many of these 269 crimes.

Vincent Bugliosi in his book, "The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder" makes a legal case, establishing jurisdiction and probable cause, for any state attorney general, most local district attorneys, and U.S. Attorneys to charge former president George W. Bush and his co-conspirators with murder on behalf of U.S. service members who have died in Iraq or as a result of the war in Iraq.

The fact that there is no statute of limitations on murder means that anytime in the future could be charged with murder or that wrongful death lawsuits could be filed against him. Bugliosi’s legal principles are applicable to many crimes other than murder. For example, a legislator who has appropriated funds for the Iraq war could and should be prosecuted for aiding and abetting in the murder of U.S. service members who have died in Iraq. Also, wrongful death, maiming, emotional distress etc. tort claims could be filed against these legislators.

Charlotte Dennett,, is the former candidate for Attorney General in Vermont and author of "The People v. Bush: One Lawyer's Campaign to Bring the President to Justice." She and Bugliosi also authored an article titled How to Prosecute a President: frequently asked questions (FAQs) is available on Charlotte Dennett’s web site. Dennett and Bugliosi put these FAQs together to assist those who want to encourage local district attorneys (DAs) to prosecute Bush for sending soldiers to Iraq under false pretenses. These FAQs describe the applicable law and other relevant information.

Bob Alexander has vital information about Vincent Bugliosi’s book and links to important web sites on his web site, Bob led the efforts to mail a copy of Bugliosi’s book along with a personal letter from Vince Bugliosi's to every DA in every jurisdiction in the U.S. where a U.S. service member has died. All 50 state attorney generals have also been provided copies of Bugliosi’s book. The next step in this process is to find DA’s, state attorneys, FBI agents and U.S. attorneys willing to do their job.

Michael Hutter in his article, Prosecuting Public Officials/Figures for Corruption: the Approach in the United States, stresses the importance of preserving public confidence in the democratic process. It concludes with the statement that “Federal prosecutors are given broad weapons to prosecute public corruption.”

Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) has filed criminal complaints against various U. S. Civil and Military personnel in German courts.

No matter what the government does or doesn’t do, it is obvious that the people must stay strenuously involved.