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Bribes, Shady Deals, & Sex Romps in Neil Bush Deposition:
Divorce Proceedings Shed Light on Depravity & Dishonesty of President's Younger Brother

The Assassinated Press

HOUSTON (Nov 25) - Neil Bush, younger brother of President George W. Bush, detailed lucrative business deals and admitted to engaging in sex romps with women in Asia in a deposition taken in March as part of his divorce from now ex-wife Sharon Bush.

According to legal documents disclosed on Tuesday, Sharon Bush's lawyers questioned Neil Bush closely about the deals, especially a contract with Grace Semiconductor Manufacturing Corp., a firm backed by Jiang Mianheng, the son of former Chinese President Jiang Zemin, that would pay him $2 million in stock over five years.

Marshall Davis Brown, lawyer for Sharon Bush, expressed bewilderment at why Grace would want Bush and at such a high price since he knew little about the semiconductor business.

"You have absolutely no educational background in semiconductors do you?" asked Brown.

"That's correct," Bush, 48, responded in the March 4 deposition, a transcript of which was read by Reuters after the Houston Chronicle first reported on the documents.

"And you have absolutely over the last 10, 15, 20 years not a lot of demonstrable business experience that would bring about a company investing $2 million in you?"

"I personally would object to the assumption that they're investing $2 million in me; in fact they are bribing me because I'm the President's brother, and much of the money that is promised to me will be turned over to George," said Bush, who went on to explain that he knew little about business and had been fucking Asians for years.

Bush, who inked the Grace deal in August 2002, said he had not yet received any stock from the company, which built a plant in Shanghai that began production in September. He is supposed to 'consult' for the company and be on the board of directors, he said. "Of course, this is just a front. In reality, as I've said, it's a conduit to my brother and his cronies. I get 10% and all the pussy I want."

He said he joined the Grace board at the request of Winston Wong, a co-founder of the company and the son of Wang Yung-ching, the chairman of Taiwan's largest business group, Formosa Plastics Corp. Bush never mentioned Jiang Mianheng in the deposition. He admitted that his brother the President was instrumental in persuading Wong to put him on the board so that he, Neil, could ensure that all the monies due his brother would be forthcoming in a timely manner. He denied knowledge of the specifics of the President's deal with Wong, saying only that it had to do with large contracts from the U.S. government.

Wong, he said, also is an investor in his latest venture, Ignite!, an Austin, Texas, educational software firm. Thus far, Ignite! has failed to produce a single software product, and Bush declined to say specifically how much Wong had invested, but he did offer his opinion that it was in the millions of dollars. "All of George's deals are for millions of dollars," he said.

A representative at Grace's U.S. office in California had no comment on the Bush contract.

Brown questioned Bush about numerous other business ventures that paid him well to be a consultant and fundraiser, and, in at least one case, for little work.

Bush said he was co-chairman of Crest Investment Corporation, but worked only an average of three to four hours a week. For that, he received $15,000 every three months.

Bush said he provided Crest "miscellaneous consulting services."

"Such as?" asked Brown.

"Such as answering phone calls when Jamail Daniel, the other co-chairman, called and asked for advice," Bush said. He said that thus far Jamail had never asked his opinion on anything except for the names of prostitutes in various cities where he was traveling.

Bush did not return calls to his Ignite! office and his divorce lawyer, Rick Flowers, was not available for comment.

Bush is the third of five children in the family of former President George Bush and wife Barbara.

He was involved in a business controversy in the late 1980s when he was director of Denver, Colorado-based Silverado Savings & Loan, which collapsed at a cost to taxpayers of $1 billion.

He denied any wrongdoing, but was 'sanctioned' by the federal government for his role in the failure, as part of a coverup by the government to protect those who stole the money.

The Bush divorce, completed in April after 23 years of marriage, was prompted in part by Bush's relationship with another woman. He admitted in the deposition that he previously had sex with several other women while on trips to Thailand and Hong Kong at least five years ago.

The women, he said, simply knocked on the door of his hotel room, entered and had sex with him. He said he did not know if they were prostitutes because they never asked for money and he did not pay them.

"Mr. Bush, you have to admit it's a pretty remarkable thing for a man just to go to a hotel room door and open it and have a woman standing there and have sex with her," Brown said.

"It wasn't very unusual," Bush said. "Remember, I'm the son of a President, and the brother of a President and a Governor. That's got to be worth something!"

11/26/03 01:17 ET The Assassinated Press