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Tony Talbot/ap/file Vincent Bugliosi and attorney general candidate Charlotte Dennett at a 2008 press conference in Burlington, Vt.
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Vincent Bugliosi and attorney general candidate Charlotte Dennett at a 2008 press conference in Burlington, Vt. (Tony Talbot/AP/File)
By Alex Spanko
Globe Correspondent / January 19, 2010

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When Charlotte Dennett ran for Vermont attorney general in 2008, her intention was to indict then-President George W. Bush for the deaths of Vermont soldiers sent to Iraq. Dennett lost handily, but she hasn’t given up on her quest to charge the former president with murder. Her new book, “The People v. Bush’’ (Chelsea Green), documents her unsuccessful run for ... (Full article: 540 words)

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