United States v. George W. Bush et al.
This event sponsored by Common Good Books was held at the Virginia Street Swedenborgian Church.
Elizabeth de la Vega talked about her book United States v. George W. Bush et al., published by Seven Stories Press. A former federal prosecutor, Elizabeth de la Vega presented her hypothetical indictment of key members of the Bush administration for “conspiracy to defraud the United States” by tricking the country into war in Iraq. Garrison Keillor, who owns Common Good Books, made opening remarks. After her presentation, Ms. De la Vega responded to audience members' questions.
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Elizabeth De la Vega Assistant U.S. Attorney (Former) Department of Justice->District of Minnesota
Garrison Keillor Host American Public Media->Prairie Home Companion
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