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Meet the only man that George W. Bush ever ‘pardoned’ – but why?

21st Century Wire says…

When George W. Bush was governor of Texas, something very, very bizarre went down, and to this day, neither the mainstream press, or the alternative media have made much headway on this strange turn of events…

The investigation focuses around what links Bush, his family or inner circle, had with the convicted serial killer and self-proclaimed cannibal and satantic abuser, Henry Lee Lucas (photo, left), who received an official stay of execution by then Texas governor George W. Bush – even though the governor was notorious for rejecting clemency requests – having executed more people during his tenure than any other state governor.

This is a story worth digging in to…

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Some may consider it water under the bridge, but George W. Bush executed more people than any other governor in American history.

But there was one exception – and it was totally bizarre.

Bush’s apparent lust for state executions should have disqualified him for the presidency, but it was virtually never brought up and the story of his one and only pardon was definitely not made into a news item…

READ MORE BUSH NEWS AT: 21st Century Wire Bush Files



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