There is an excerpt of Vincent Bugliosi’s new book, The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder at Rawstory.
Just as Tim’s young life ended before he really had a chance to live, so did the lives of thousands of other young men in the Iraq war. Not one of them wanted to die. As one wrote in his diary before he was killed in the battle of Fallouja: “I am not so much scared as I am very afraid of the unknown. If I don’t get to write again, I would say I died too early. I haven’t done enough in my life. I haven’t gotten to experience enough. Though I hope I haven’t gone in vain.” In letter after letter home by young men who were later killed in combat in Iraq were words to the effect, “I can’t wait to get back home and to start my life again.”
A theoretical prosecution, no doubt, but even after Bush leaves office he will not be immune from a real prosecution.