Saturday, January 21, 2006

SERVICE FINALLY MADE ON BUSH,CHENEY

FOUNDERS FREEDOM DEFENSE FUND
P.O. Box 60958 Reno, NV 89506

PRESS RELEASE

Date: January 18, 2006
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SUBJECT MATTER:

ON JANUARY 17th GEORGE W. BUSH AND DICK CHENEY WERE SERVED LONG DELAYED SUMMONS AND COMPLAINT


The lawsuit filed on January 14th 2005 in US District Court in Reno, Nevada by retired Washington State attorney Douglas A. Wallace was served upon the Defendants at the office of the Attorney General in Washington D. C.

The class action lawsuit seeks an injunction against the Defendants from further implementation of the Plan for the New American Century (PNAC) without a Constitutional 2/3 vote of the Congress and full education of the American public.
The lawsuit alleges the plan was the basis for deception behind the Iraq war.

The suit alleges that defendants acted in a conspiratorial manner among themselves in deceiving the Congress and the American public of the need to go to war with Iraq. Hence a private treaty among the conspirators to violate Constitutional restraints upon Bush and Cheney.

The delay in serving the defendants was the result of efforts to organize a support base among Americans to pay for the expenses of the lawsuit. Additionally, Wallace is currently seeking a re-instatement of his license to practice with the Washington State Supreme Court so that he may represent the class member plaintiffs.

In addition to the injunction Wallace seeks a ruling by the court that the conduct of the Defendants has been outside the scope of their official duties and that they are liable for damages to all persons injured as a result of the act of taking the country to war and for restitution to the Treasury of the expenditures for the war.

The lawsuit may be read by visiting www.wallacevbushlawsuit.com

For further information email Wallace at: d.a.wallace@sbcglobal.net

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