Efforts to initiate the impeachment of Vice President Dick Cheney

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Efforts to initiate the impeachment of Vice President Dick Cheney commenced on April 24, 2006, when Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) "introduced a 2-inch-thick articles of impeachment bill" as House Resolution 333, 110th Congress, in the U.S. House of Representatives.[1]

"In an 18-page draft resolution, Kucinich outlined three charges against Cheney: that he 'manipulated the intelligence process . . . by fabricating the threat of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction' to justify the war in Iraq; that he deceived citizens and Congress 'about an alleged relationship between Iraq and al Qaeda' to justify the war; and that he has 'openly threatened aggression against the Republic of Iran, absent any real threat to the United States, and has done so with the United States’ proven capability to carry out such threats'," Marie Horrigan wrote April 25, 2007, in the Congressional Quarterly.[2]


According to the Library of Congress, the following (11) are co-sponsors of H.RES.333.[3]

Resources and articles

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  1. Christina Bellantoni, "Kucinich moves to impeach Cheney," Washington Times, April 25, 2007.
  2. Marie Horrigan, "Kucinich’s Impeachment Proposal Takes Antiwar Stand to New Lengths," Congressional Quarterly (New York Times), April 25, 2007.
  3. H.RES.333, Library of Congress, accessed July 11, 2007.


Background Information

Documents in Support of House Resolution 333

External articles