Complete Interactive Guide to Bush and his Crimes

“Crimes and Misdemeanors” by Emily Bazelon, Kara Hadge, Dahlia Lithwick, and Chris Wilson on Slate:

Each scandal is represented by a colored circle that encompasses the people who are implicated. As it’s easy to see, many of the players here are mixed up in two, three, or more of the alleged crimes. Hence all the overlapping circles (Venn-diagram heaven!).

The best way to make sense of this legal tangle is to mouse over the title of an individual scandal, which will highlight everyone implicated. For example, the wiretapping bubble ensnares George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, David Addington, John Ashcroft, John Yoo, and Alberto Gonzales. At the same time, Ashcroft and Gonzales fall into the overlapping circle for monkey business related to DoJ hiring. Mouse over a person’s name for information on how each person is involved. Mouse over the title of each circle for specifics about the particular scandal.

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