The Prosecution Of An American President Coming To Select Theaters

An explosive documentary seeks to expose the truth behind the Iraq war.

The film, ‘Prosecution of an American President,’ is set to be released on October 5th in select theaters, and is sure to send shock waves through the nation during this election season.

From the official release:

 Bush and his people said Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. They didn’t. They said Saddam was an imminent threat to our national security. He wasn’t. They convinced us Iraq was involved in 9/11. They weren’t. And yetAmerica, still reeling from the tragic September 11 attacks, launched a full scale invasion of Iraq.The Prosecution of an American President documents the efforts of Vincent Bugliosi, one of ournation’s foremost prosecutors, as he presents his case that former president George W. Bushshould be prosecuted for the deaths of over 4,000 American soldiers who died in Iraq. Based on Bugliosi’s controversial New York Times bestseller, the movie discloses hidden details of howkey Bush officials and President Bush himself systematically lied to Congress and the American people, deliberately taking our nation to war under false pretenses. Using a mountain of evidence, Bugliosi not only reveals the shocking deception behind the Iraq war, he also lays out his strategy for the prosecution of an American President…setting the stage for what would be the biggest and most important trial in U.S. history. The Prosecution of an American President opens in theaters October 5th 2012 in New York and Chicago. The movie will help raise awareness for the Lost Soldier Foundation, a charity established to help support Iraq war Veterans, their families, and those who lost loved ones.

The film is directed by Dave Hagen and David J. Burke, produced by Jim Shaban and NAFTCStudios, and Lost Soldier Films, Executive Produced by Nathan Folks, Peter Miller and D.Channsin Berry

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