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The Trial of Prisoner 043: A Novel based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
George W. Bush is out golfing on the Old Course when he is abducted and taken to The Hauge, Netherlands where he is brought in front of the International Criminal Court (ICC) on charges relating to his invasion of Iraq. But the deck is stacked against him with a prejudice counsel and with all the evidence it is not looking too good Bush. This story is a great what if idea. What if Bush was held accountable for everything that happened when he invaded Iraq? Would he be found justified? Would he be sentenced? The possibilities are endless. It started out great. A former US president is out golfing when British special forces abducts him. But then he is put on trial. Normal processes have been sped up and shortened and of course the opposing counsel is bias. But instead of having a top legal team represent him, Bush uses a family friend. What the heck?!? From there the story gets inundated with legal information, processes, etc. This book was a great concept but got bogged down with the legal portion. I received The Trial of Prisoner 043 from FBS Associates for free. This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book.