WASHINGTON - Former President George W. Bush was found guilty today in the climax of the year-long "Trial of the Century" by the Military Tribunals Court.
The trial, often referred to as "Liargate," came to an end late this afternoon with an unanimous decision by the panel of twelve military and non-military individuals.
Mr. Bush was found guilty on all 3719 counts of "Conspiring to Willfully Cause Mayhem and Death," and "Deception to Promulgate War and Murder." Each count could carry a life sentence or worse. Bush is being held without bond awaiting sentencing.
After the verdict was released, President Ron Paul made a short statement to the world from the Oval Office of the White House.
President Paul stated that, "Justice won today in what has been one of America's toughest periods in her history. Now that the war and trial are over for good, we can start to rebuild the most beautiful and friendly country ever created."
President Paul has categorically stated that he will not pardon former president George W. Bush. He said: "A president should never, never even consider pardoning a criminal. And that decision is final."
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