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Letter from an Iraq war veteran
‘We the people need to indict George W. Bush’
Join the campaign to prosecute Bush for torture

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Dear supporter of the anti-war movement,

War veterans hold Indict Bush banner, 03-19-11
Veterans hold IndictBushNow banner at an anti-war demonstration on the eighth anniversary of the Iraq war, Washington, D.C., March 19.
Ryan Endicott speaks at March 19 anti-war protest, 03-19-201
Ryan Endicott speaks on March 19, Washington, D.C.

On March 19, I took a stand for justice. As one of the 113 people arrested at the White House, I took action to demand an end to U.S. wars and torture.

March 19 was a historic day. On that day—the eight anniversary of the invasion of Iraq—1,500 people participated in a veterans-led civil resistance action in Washington D.C. Many thousands of others marched in the streets across the country in a national day of actions to end the wars.

These criminal wars were launched by George W. Bush. Bush, as we all know, is also guilty of torture on a massive scale. Click here to send a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder demanding the prosecution of Bush for torture. After sending your letter, help us spread the word using the Email, Facebook and Twitter buttons at the top of this message.

For me, March 19 was especially important. It was in March 2005 that my Marine Corps boots first hit the deck on the streets of Ramadi, Iraq. I spent seven months witnessing first-hand the devastation of a brutal occupation. It was everywhere I looked. We were told that we were there to “free” an oppressed people, to help “rebuild” their country, and to ensure American “homeland security.” However, as time went by, more and more of the lies fed to us by the Bush administration were exposed.

I saw the truth of the war as we drove through a city scared with bullet holes, bomb craters and burning trash. I saw the truth of the war as we marched through neighborhoods with children living in squalor, and I saw the truth of the war written on the faces of their mothers. The truth was behind every innocent door kicked in; it was in the homes that were raided; it was in the cries of the families torn apart. The truth is that it was us—the U.S. troops—who were the oppressors. We were destroying a country, and all the while we were not making the United States any safer.

It is these truths that showed me that the impoverished people of Iraq are not our enemies. It is these truths that showed me that every soldier should refuse to fight, kill, or be killed in these occupations. Every American should stand up and fight to end these atrocities that are being conducted in their name.

We the people need to indict George W. Bush, along with every war criminal that is responsible for these crimes against humanity. Click here to send a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder demanding the prosecution of Bush for torture.

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— Ryan Endicott, March Forward!

Take action now!
Send a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder to demand:
‘Prosecute Bush for torture’

In the past weeks, tens of thousands of people have taken action to tell Attorney General Holder to prosecute Bush for torture. Thousands signed Indict Bush petitions on March 19 alone. The movement for indictment is growing.

Spain, Italy, Australia, Canada, Lithuania, Poland, Germany and the United Kingdom are all investigating the Bush administration for violating international laws prohibiting the use of torture. Bush should not be above the law in the United States. Here’s what you can do:

  1. Send a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder demanding the prosecution of Bush for torture.
  2. Spread the word about this campaign by email, Facebook, Twitter and other social networking websites. Make sure all your friends send letters to Holder.

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