Sandy Berger National Archives Theft. Republican scandal or
serious classified documents theft?
Following the story of
top secret documents stolen from the National Archives vault
by former National Security Adviser Sandy Berger.
A contrite former National Security Adviser
Sandy Berger pleaded guilty yesterday to pilfering classified
documents from the National Archives, saying he showed
"very poor judgment" and that his actions were
security adviser Sandy Berger says he regrets the way he
handled classified terrorism documents, calling the whole
thing "an honest mistake."
Others say the
matter raises questions about whether the former Clinton
administration official sought to hide embarrassing materials.
is the Berger Story?
9/11 Commission Report A Dud For Democrats.
But It Buried Berger!
By Russell Betts -GoGov.com July 23, 2004
The 9/11 final
report was a dud for the Democrats. They knew what the report
would say and that it would not be a slam on Bush. On the
other hand, the Democrats knew the Berger document theft was a
very big story with terrible implications for their side.
Leaking the Berger
story just before the 9/11 commission report was not to
diffuse the 9/11 commission findings. It is not the 9/11
report that was to be overshadowed. It was the Berger story
that needed to be buried and it was the release of the 9/11
commission report that was to bury it.
inadvertently took a few documents'
Berger, former President Clinton's national security
adviser, is under criminal investigation by the Justice
Department after he removed highly classified documents from
the National Archives vault.
Story that Broke Berger Story
home and office were searched earlier this year by FBI
agents armed with warrants after the former Clinton adviser
voluntarily returned some sensitive documents to the National
Archives and admitted he also removed handwritten notes he had
made while reviewing the sensitive documents.
News That' Fit to Print
(Berger apparently isn't)
By John Leo
We are quite tired of charges that we don't pursue
stories that might embarrass our political allies. They say we
instantly dropped the story of Sandy Berger, the Clinton security
adviser who walked out of the National Archives with top-secret
documents stuffed into his socks. Or they say, Why don't you wake up
a Cocoon reporter or two and have them try to figure out who forged
the Dan Rather documents? Frankly, we are much too busy for this
kind of stuff.
accused of using Berger docs to formulate national security positions
National security position papers removed from Kerry website on news of
Berger theft of documents. Online news forum captured
documents before they were deleted.
distracted Archive staff saying
he had to make a sensitive phone call
NY Daily News
Cell Phones with Cameras
by 'Sandy Berger'
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