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Protests greet Cheney on his book tour
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Dear supporter of IndictBushNow,

Cheney book tour protest, Orange County, Calif, 09-07-2011

Last night, at the Nixon Library in Orange County, people from all across Southern California gathered to protest Cheney’s book tour event. IndictBushNow organizers, along with anti-war activists and military families, were there on the ground chanting and holding signs. Iraq war veterans prominently held a banner that read: “1 million dead, thousands tortured: Bush and Cheney guilty of war crimes –”

This growing movement for justice and accountability depends on your support. Please make an urgently needed donation today.

Former Vice President Dick Cheney is guilty of war crimes, crimes against humanity and torture. He deserves to be indicted and jailed for his crimes.

Along with Bush and other high-ranking administration officials, Cheney is responsible for the death of more than 1 million people in Iraq and tens of thousands of people in Afghanistan. He is responsible for the over 6,000 U.S. troops who gave their lives, and the tens of thousands more who now suffer life-altering injuries.

Cheney has no regrets. In fact, he is unapologetically touring and appearing on talk and radio shows to promote his new book, “In My Time: A Personal and Political Memoir.” It reads like a work of fiction.

In it, Cheney refuses to admit that he knowingly lied to the American people about the manufactured "connection" between Iraq and Al Qaeda, and the bogus "fact" that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. He continues to advocate the use of waterboarding and other forms of torture used in the Bush regime’s “war on terror.”

We in the IndictBushNow movement are committed to exposing Cheney’s crimes and lies. We are at the forefront of the broad and growing movement for justice and accountability. Please make a donation today to support this work.

We are also mobilizing to protest Cheney this Friday when he speaks in Washington, D.C. Everywhere Cheney appears in public to promote torture and his other criminal policies, we will meet him with angry protests.

Let’s keep up the pressure. The tide is turning. We are counting on each and every person to help this growing nationwide movement continue the work of upholding the constitution in the face of the grave assault posed by the actions and policies of Cheney, Bush and their partners in crime.

We urge you to do your part to build the growing movement for Indictment. Please donate generously today.

-- From all of us at IndictBushNow 

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