Mpls Activist/Paulbot Wants Bush Arrested At Republican Convention In August

Minneapolis activist/Paulbot/Gadfly, Ed Felien has filed a brief with a Hennepin County court charging Bush of crimes of murder, conspiracy to fix prices, and conspiracy to distribute heroin.

THE CRIME OF MURDER
First, his pursuit of a war against the government of Iraq was not done in legitimate defense of national interest but rather in pursuit of personal wealth. His administration lied about the threat of weapons of mass destruction, and they lied about a connection between Iraq and international terrorists. They knew Iraq did not pose a threat to the United States. The only reasonable explanation for George W. Bush’s invasion of Iraq was that he stood to personally benefit from the war.

THE CRIME OF CONSPIRACY TO FIX PRICES

The price of a barrel of crude oil has almost doubled since the beginning of the Iraq War. That has implications for the price of gasoline at every service station in Hennepin County.

THE CRIME OF CONSPIRACY TO DISTRIBUTE HEROIN

Finally, George W. Bush should be arrested and prosecuted for his collusion with the opium warlords in Afghanistan to distribute heroin in Hennepin County.

The National Drug Intelligence Center in its Minnesota Drug Threat Assessment report of August, 2001, said “Historically, heroin abuse has been low in Minnesota, but there are signs of increased use. There were 36 opiate-related deaths in Hennepin County through September 2000, compared with 27 in all of 1999.”

A reporter from the Mpls. StarTrib was at the court hearing this morning, and reported on it thus:

During Felien’s nearly 20 minutes of wide-ranging argument, Larson advised him several times to slow down so the court reporter could capture his words.

Felien touched on Bush family history, claiming that the family has influential ties to “Saudi princes” as well as Afghanistan drug lords and the Mafia. He introduced numerous news articles to the judge regarding the Bush family and oil prices.

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At the end of a 30-minute hearing, Judge Gary Larson said he would rule in the normal course of business, but he did not provide a time frame. Felien’s request certainly had the feel of a very long shot.

Naturally this guy is a Paulbot who is the publisher of a weekly alternative newspaper, and hangs out with people like this:

Here’s his ‘Arrest George Bush’ piece at Protest RNC 2008.org. (I guess he’s not a ‘real Republican’).

PSSSSST:

(Keep this on the down low, mmkay?) But you can register here to submit an event on the Protest RNC 2008 event calendar.

Kind of like the Olympia Peace and Justice Community shenanigans some wingnuts (not me!) engaged in, last fall, (if you remember).

UPDATE:

Bummer. A “Dr. Frankenfurter”, veteran of the Olympia Peace Community Calendar, reports failure in his attempt at creativity with the Protest RNC 2008 calendar.

“These moonbats delay and verify community events”, he tells me.

Hat tip: Crime Scene KC

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11 Responses to “Mpls Activist/Paulbot Wants Bush Arrested At Republican Convention In August”

  1. Nick Says:

    (Keep this on the down low, mmkay?) But you can register here to submit an event on the Protest RNC 2008 event calendar. – Deb

    As a veteran of the Olympia Peace Community Calander, starring as, Dr Frankefurter in “Making a Difference” I must report failure in this latest attempt to shine in the halls of Socialism’s disguised as Teddiesliver. These moonbats delay and verify community events. LOL

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  2. nicedeb Says:

    Bummer!

    LOL! You crack me up, Nick.

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  3. Nick Says:

    You don’t know how happy that makes me Deb. Wasting maryjosghost@yahoo.com on the registration doesn’t hurt nearly so bad knowing you got a moment of amusement.

    Besides, maybe I’ll learn to recycle.

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  4. Alice H Says:

    Just a thought…can Bush even be charged in Minneapolis if he didn’t commit his war crimes there?

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  5. nicedeb Says:

    You need to read his entire brief. Here’s part:

    This brief is not concerned with George W. Bush’s international crimes against humanity. Those are matters for an international court. This brief is not concerned with George W. Bush’s crimes against the Constitution. Those are matters for Congress. What concerns citizens of Hennepin County is whether George W. Bush has violated Minnesota State law. Have his actions caused serious harm to the citizens of Hennepin County? Was this harm incidental to the legitimate performance of his official duties as President, or were his actions and the consequent harm done in pursuit of personal gain? If, as I believe, there is probable cause that George W. Bush has committed crimes against the people of Hennepin County, then it is the responsibility and duty of the County Attorney to charge him for these crimes and hold him accountable. There is no other office that has this authority.

    Does the Hennepin County Attorney have jurisdiction to bring charges against George W. Bush? Are we a nation of men where the one with the biggest club is king? Or, are we a society governed by common laws and customs with avenues of civil redress of grievances for all citizens? Is it possible that George W. Bush, as President of the United States, has immunity from prosecution? Thomas Paine wrote in Common Sense 57 (Philadelphia, 1776), “In America THE LAW IS KING. For as in absolute governments the King is the law, so in free countries the law ought to be king; and there ought to be no other.”

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  6. geoff Says:

    Is it possible that George W. Bush, as President of the United States, has immunity from prosecution?

    Why yes, it certainly is. Since Bush performed these purported ‘crimes’ as part of the conduct of his official duties, he cannot be charged with a crime. Even if they were incidental to duties, under the current interpretation of the law he is unlikely to be charged:

    In 1973, the Department concluded that the indictment or criminal prosecution of a sitting President would impermissibly undermine the capacity of the executive branch to perform its constitutionally assigned functions. We have been asked to summarize and review the analysis provided in support of that conclusion, and to consider whether any subsequent developments in the law lead us today to reconsider and modify or disavow that determination.1 We believe that the conclusion reached by the Department in 1973 still represents the best interpretation of the Constitution.

    The Department’s consideration of this issue in 1973 arose in two distinct legal contexts. First, the Office of Legal Counsel (“OLC”) prepared a comprehensive memorandum in the fall of 1973 that analyzed whether all federal civil officers are immune from indictment or criminal prosecution while in office, and, if not, whether the President and Vice President in particular are immune from indictment or criminal prosecution while in office. See Memorandum from Robert G. Dixon, Jr., Assistant Attorney General, Office of Legal Counsel, Re: Amenability of the President, Vice President and other Civil Officers to Federal Criminal Prosecution while in Office (Sept. 24, 1973) (“OLC Memo”). The OLC memorandum concluded that all federal civil officers except the President are subject to indictment and criminal prosecution while still in office; the President is uniquely immune from such process.

    This guy is a loon and didn’t deserve this much attention in print.

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  7. Alice H Says:

    Every time I scroll down past that picture, I have to scroll back up to make sure the person on the left isn’t wearing a white pointy hat. I mean, they are wearing a white pointy hat, but…you know what I mean.

    The moonbats may delay and verify community events, but wouldn’t it be a hoot if they accidentally started turning down real events because they were so inundated with fake ones?

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  8. pajama momma Says:

    There were 36 opiate-related deaths in Hennepin County through September 2000, compared with 27 in all of 1999.”

    Wow, Bush was killing people off from heroine before he even got sworn in. sweet.

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  9. No Comment Says:

    It is very disturbing that your head is so far up your ass

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  10. geoff Says:

    Seems like you’ve got something on your diminutive mind, NC. Did you want to talk about it?

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