Sample Letter of Introduction to Investigators and Prosecutors

Adapted from a similar letter by David Swanson


Dear _______,

Thank you for the phone conversation yesterday regarding investigations and prosecutions. I request a meeting with you and your assistants at your earliest convenience. I will call to arrange a time. 

As we discussed yesterday

Former prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi, who successfully prosecuted 105 out of 106 felony jury trials, including 21 murder convictions without a single loss -- including Charles Manson's conviction, has published a book called "The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder." This book makes a legal case, establishing jurisdiction and probable cause for any state or local prosecutor to charge former president George W. Bush and his co-conspirators with murder on behalf of U.S. soldiers who died in Iraq or as a result of the war in Iraq.

By sending troops into war on false pretenses rather than in self-defense, Bush was knowingly and needlessly condemning some of them to death. The Iraqis who killed those soldiers in predictable and legally justifiable defense of their country fall into the legal category of "third-party innocent agent." This does not mean they are innocent, but rather that their actions do nothing to lessen Bush's guilt. In addition, Bugliosi argues, Bush could be found guilty of murder under the rule of "aiding and abetting," because he instigated the killing of American soldiers by ordering the invasion of Iraq.

Former Vice President Cheney, former National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice, and others could be charged as conspirators as well.

Bugliosi is willing, if requested, to consult on any such prosecution, as is former federal prosecutor Elizabeth de la Vega, author of the book "U.S. v. George W. Bush et al." has consulted with Bugliosi and learned that, while he much prefers prosecuting for murder, a prosecution for attempted murder would be justified by an argument paralleling that in his book, and that Iraq War veterans are, by this argument, victims of attempted murder. has identified gold star families (those who lost loved ones in Iraq) and Iraq veterans all over the country who want to assist in a prosecution of this sort.

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