Posts Tagged murder
Update (10:30am MDT): (CNN) — A sixth person has died after a shooting in a townhouse in Santa Clara, California, police said Monday. Police found five people, including two children, shot to death Sunday night in the townhouse. h/t James Farmer.
Close on the heals of Alabama shooting rampage (SR), Americans for the right to bear regrettably give you…
Carthage, N.C. — A lone gunman burst into a North Carolina nursing home Sunday morning and started “shooting everything,” barging into the rooms of terrified patients, sparing some from his rampage without explanation while killing seven residents and a nurse caring for them.
Speaking on behalf of the gun bearer, long time assault rifle affectionato Jerry Dave Bloodyhand pointed out that the and nurse Jerry Avent has organized nursing home residents Tessie Garner, 88; Lillian Dunn, 89; Jessie Musser, 88; Bessie Hendrick, 78; John Goldston, 78; Margaret Johnson, 89; Louise Decker, 98 into a senior crime ring who had threatened the shooters poodle….and “probably deserved it.”
The shooter Bobby Stewart did not have time for a comment as he was already late for a local NRA revival meeting called “Taming Fears, Your Inner Slippery Slope .”
Stewart family members defended Bobby’s rampage pointing out that he would not be undone by Alabama shooter McLendon for NRA poster boy of the year.
Here’s one of those stories you will never see in the main stream media, and the reason Amy Goodman won the Right Livelihood Award for Journalism.
This is about the guy that helped Rove and Cheney rig the 2004 election was to be a key witness on RICO charges against them.
C-Span has finally produced direct links to past programs.
For those of you who like me, are concerned that the spineless dems won’t impeach our president and War Lord, it may be some conciliation to know that he can still be prosecuted for murder.
Bugliosi has laid out the case including venue for any State, County, or District Attorney General/prosecutor.
Vincent Bugliosi talked about his book The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder (Vanguard Press, May 26, 2008). In the book Mr. Bugliosi argues that President Bush and members of his administration are responsible for murdering thousands of U.S. soldiers and over 100,000 Iraqi civilians in Iraq. Mr. Bugliosi says that by taking the country to war under knowingly false pretenses, President Bush has committed the most serious crime in U.S. history. He argues that a criminal court is the only venue where he could be prosecuted and urges that it be done. Mr. Bugliosi, a former prosecutor for the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office, talked about his legal theory of the case. After his presentation he responded to questions from audience members. Go there.
The case is simple, and the evidence clear. See for yourself (click the red Flash button)