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Subject Is George W. Bush A Serial Killer?
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Original Message Is George W. Bush
A Serial Killer?
By Greg Szymanski

After researching Bush for over a year, writer Dennis Eros looks at Bush's satanic ritualistic upbringing, the ordering of more than 155 executions while governor and the illegal war in Iraq, coming to the conclusion Bush is just like Hitler and Stalin.

Writer Dennis Eros presents a disturbing question in his latest article called Is George W. Bush a Serial Killer?

Although the title quickly brings to mind the thousands of innocents slaughtered needlessly in Iraq, Eros spent a year researching Bush's childhood background, an upbringing he found clouded in mystic memories and satanic rituals.

Eros also researched Bush's six year stint as Texas governor, finding he ordered 155 executions or one every two weeks, which turned out to be more than any other elected official in recorded history.

But the record-setting number pales in comparison to the manner in which carelessly reviewed the evidence before putting his thumb down on the executions. Eros cites a telling 2003 article, written by Derrick Z. Jackson of the Atlantic Monthly, detailing Bush's cavalier attitude when it came to ordering people to death.

Jackson wrote:

When Bush was governor of Texas he routinely denied last-ditch pleas for clemency on execution day by systematically hearing no evidence, seeing no evidence, and sealing himself away from any tragic possibility that any evil was done at all.

On execution day in Texas, it was the job of Alberto Gonzales (now U.S. Attorney General) to give Bush a summary of the case. The summary was the last information standing between an inmate and lethal injection. Gonzales provided 57 summaries to Bush. Gonzales intended for the memos to be confidential, but author Alan Berlow obtained them under Texas public information law.

Berlow found that Gonzales routinely provided scant summaries to Bush. The summaries, according to Berlow, Gonzales repeatedly failed to apprise the governor of crucial issues in the cases at hand: ineffective counsel, conflict of interest, mitigating evidence, even actual evidence of innocence.

Based on Berlow's information Jackson then went on to point out several cases, including Terry Washington and David Wayne Stoker, where Bush together with Gonzales purposely ignored evidence, turning a blind eye and deaf ear to justice and acting as if they were reviewing a parking ticket violation instead of a life and death situation.

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