United States files Criminal Case against President Bush
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for Attempted Kidnap and Murder of Supreme Court Opponent
The United States has opened a criminal case in the federal courts against its own pernicious leaders, titled: United States of America vs. President George W. Bush, Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, and FBI Director Robert Mueller. The action was filed on February 21, 2008, in the Federal District Court of Colorado (criminal case no. 08-cr-0085).
The case implicates the four high officials in a criminal conspiracy to kidnap and murder a litigant in a US Supreme Court action against President Bush. (Supreme Court case no. 05-140). The litigant was also a key witness to serious crimes committed by high level officials in the Bush administration, and, at the time, devastating evidence was submitted to the Supreme Court which profoundly implicated the President in felonies. The evidence was instantly and illegally removed from Supreme Court records at the insistence of the Whitehouse. The theft of record was reported to Chief Justice Roberts and to the Chief of the Supreme Court Police, Ross Swope. However, as a direct consequence, the four high level defendants now named in the Colorado criminal case immediately set about (through their agents) two abortive attempts to kidnap and murder the litigant.
Colorado Judge Zita L.Weinshienk has been quick to dismiss the case on technical grounds without dealing with the crimes - simply ignoring some 2000 pages of documentary evidence available to the court. The case is closely related to two other Colorado criminal cases against US Government officials which met with the same treatment, following an intense effort in the top echelons of the Bush Administration to suppress the criminal cases. (Case nos.08-cr-0086, and 08-cr-0087). All three cases have now escalated to the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals (case nos. 08-1061, 08-1063, and 08-1064), whose judges must resolve the question whether a judge can minimally dismiss this case without ordering an investigation or without addressing the grave crimes committed.
Criminal allegations implicating President Bush and high level officials in the very same crimes have surfaced in some 20 other court cases around the United States – always with the same results: the allegations are dispensed with by corrupt judges without ordering an investigation, and discarding the documentary evidence available to the courts.
The case before the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals quintessentially reflects the battle between earnest prosecutors and corrupt judges, joined by corrupt officials in the top echelons of the Bush Administration intent on shielding high level officials of the United States from criminal prosecution – in this case the President himself, the Chief Justice, the former Attorney General, and the Director of the FBI.
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