From the March 2008 Idaho Observer:
Brattleboro votes "Yes"
Last month we reported that the town of Brattleboro, Vermont had drafted the following resolution to be placed on the ballot for the state’s March 4, 2008 primary elections:
"Shall the Selectboard instruct the Town Attorney to draft indictments against President Bush and Vice President Cheney for crimes against our Constitution, and publish said indictments for consideration by other authorities and shall it be the law of the Town of Brattleboro that the Brattleboro Police, pursuant to the above-mentioned indictments, arrest and detain George Bush and Richard Cheney in Brattleboro if they are not duly impeached, and prosecute or extradite them to other authorities that may reasonably contend to prosecute them?"
The people of Brattleboro answered, "yes!" by a margin of 2012 in favor to 1795 against.
The indictment means that Bush and Cheney can be arrested for criminal acts should they ever enter Brattleboro. The indictment would go into effect after Bush and Cheney leave office.
The Brattleboro resolution is becoming a powerful organizing model for cities and towns around the country. The impeachment movement has sunk deep roots throughout this country. The people of the United States are demanding not only that the Constitution be restored, but that the president, vice-president and other officials be held accountable for committing high crimes and misdemeanors.