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Saturday, January 13, 2007
The more we learn about Sandy Berger's brilliant career as a document thief, the clearer it becomes that there is plenty we still don't know and may never learn. On Tuesday, the House Government Reform Committee released its report on Mr. Berger's pilfering of classified documents from the National Archives.
The committee's 60-page report makes it clear that Mr. Berger knew exactly what he was doing and knew that what he was doing was wrong.
"The committee's 60-page report makes it clear that Mr. Berger knew exactly what he was doing and knew that what he was doing was wrong".
Of course he knew it was wrong but he was part of the most ethical administration ever.
The big question is, do we have all the documents and if not, who does?
I doubt we will find them in the Clinton Library.
[quote="Paul Mattson"]The big question is, do we have all the documents and if not, who does?[/quote]I think the answer to that is pretty clear. No, gone forever. Shredded,burned,destroyed.
One of ten thousand reasons to prevent Hillary from ever getting near the White House again is her close association with that old hippy lawyer/thief Sandinmy Burger. If he ever gains acces to a Federal Building again it will serve as proof of the impending Democrat-induced collapse of our Republic.
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Details, details! :oops:
[size=18]Berger Case Still Roils Archives, Justice Dept.[/size]
By R. Jeffrey Smith
Washington Post Staff Writer
[b]Wednesday, February 21, 2007[/b]
In a chandeliered room at the Justice Department, the longtime head of the counterespionage section, the chief of the public integrity unit, a deputy assistant attorney general, some trial lawyers and a few FBI agents all looked down at their pant legs and socks.
While waving his own leg in the air in illustration, Paul Brachfeld, inspector general of the National Archives and Records Administration, asked the group rhetorically if "something white" could be easily mistaken if it was wrapped around their legs, beneath their pant legs.