The Apology Steven Sarshik

ISBN: 9781469179902

Published: April 24th 2012

Paperback

154 pages


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The Apology  by  Steven Sarshik

The Apology by Steven Sarshik
April 24th 2012 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 154 pages | ISBN: 9781469179902 | 7.15 Mb

George Bush’s plane is forced to land in Athens . . . and the Greek authorities arrest him for war crimes! They want him to explain why he used enhanced interrogation techniques like waterboarding on prisoners while he was president. What’s the fiMoreGeorge Bush’s plane is forced to land in Athens .

. . and the Greek authorities arrest him for war crimes! They want him to explain why he used enhanced interrogation techniques like waterboarding on prisoners while he was president. What’s the fi rst thing that Bush does in response to this predicament? He orders Spinach Pie from a Greek restaurant near theAcropolis.This is the first big surprise in The Apology.

How does George Bush, the outrageous Texan, manage to grapple with his problems in the land of Socrates? Does he decide to drink hemlock? A clever, and sometimes riotous, political tale with appearances by Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Rahm Emanuel, Hillary Clinton, Condoleezza Rice, James Baker, General Petraeus,Antonin Scalia, Clarence Th omas, Ben Ginsberg, Alan Dershowitz . .

. and of course, Lindsay Lohan.Steven Sarshik is a New York City trial lawyer with more than thirty years experience handling all types of politically charged cases. His cases have been featured prominently on the fi rst page of the New York Law Journal.

He is currently the editor and publisher of AppealMagazine.com, an onlinemagazine for attorneys.Faced with charges that he committed war crimes while in the White House, Bush decides to enlist the help of a beautiful Harvard MBA student who is working part time for the CIA.

Hecomes up with an ingenious strategy to prove – once and for all – that waterboarding is not really torture. Does this strategy work? Or is Bush tripped up by his own brilliant mind?You’ll have to get to the last page of this compelling story before you find out Bush’s fate.



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