The Decent One for the most recent verification of this), so I suppose we should not expect that America would rise up against the President who did all this, for we would have to admit our own guilt, and our media's, in addition to that of our worthless former leader.
book by former prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi and starring Mr. Bugliosi, co-directed by David J. Burke (shown at right) and Dave Hagen, the documentary THE PROSECUTION OF AN AMERICAN PRESIDENT makes the case that George W. Bush should be tried for murder. If Bugliosi and the filmmakers had stuck with just that, this might have been a dealmaking movie. (Not that anything would have happened any differently, since President Obama is has shown himself so clearly to be every bit the bully that our former President was: supporting the powerful while attacking small, middle-eastern states and ferociously going after whistle-blowers while the former administration & the sleazebag criminal bankers who brought down our economy continue to walk free.)
Fahrenheit 9/11 onwards. To which this one has little to add.
First Run Features and runing 101 minutes, hits the streets this coming Tuesday, October 7. You'd think a film like this would be on Netfix streaming, but while you can save it to your queue (those of us who still watch DVDs), there is no indication of when the service will actually obtain the documentary.