Veterans for Peace Demand Impeachment of President Bush and Protest in John Conyers’ Office

June 11th, 2008 - by admin

After Downing Street – 2008-06-11 23:36:23

On June 11, 2008, members of the Veterans for Peace (VFP) organization held a press conference, at 1 PM, on Capitol Hill, demanding the impeachment of President George W. Bush. The event took place in room 1629 of the Longworth House Office building.

Later in the day, the activists planned to meet with House Judiciary Chairman, Rep. John Conyers (D-MI), to personally deliver to him their “Petition for Impeachment” which, according to VFP’s President, Elliott Adams, contains “over 22,000 signatures.”

Please check the VFP’s web site, at: for the result of that session and for future updates. The VFP was founded in 1985. It now has 7,000 members and 120 chapters around the country. This video contains excerpts from the press conference. A longer version of it will appear on Google later tonight.

Impeachment Committee Accepts Offer to Meet with John Conyers!
Veterans for Peace

(JUNE 11, 2008) — In a phone call this morning at 10am, Representative John Conyer’s office invited members of Veterans For Peace in for a meeting with him. The group, including Mike Ferner, Elliott Adams, Joe Attamante, and Tony Teolis, has been working for over two months to organize a meeting with the Head of the Judiciary Committee.

The group will be holding a press conference at 1pm and will be meeting with the Congressman following that. During their meeting, they will be delivering over 22,000 names on a petition that demands the impeachment of President George Bush.

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