Brian Chase

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George W. Bush, who waged the Iraq War that killed and wounded millions of people and squandered trillions of dollars, said in a speech recently, The decision of one man to launch a wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of Iraq… I mean of Ukraine,” and added “Iraq, too.” As the 43rd president of the United States, Mr. Bush launched the wholly unjustified and brutal” war in Iraq, and if there is clear and irrefutable evidence that War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity were committed in his war, why shouldn’t he be held accountable? See how that question is dealt with in the recently published novel, The Trial of George W. Bush, written by Terry Jastrow and available on Amazon.

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