Skip to comments.This day in history: Remembering Sandy Berger
Posted on 07/19/2013 9:21:51 AM PDT by Baynative
On July 19, 2004, it was revealed that the U.S. Justice Department was investigating Berger for unauthorized removal of classified documents in October 2003 from a National Archives reading room prior to testifying before the 9/11 Commission. The documents were five classified copies of a single report commissioned from Richard Clarke covering internal assessments of the Clinton Administration's handling of the unsuccessful 2000 millennium attack plots. An associate of Berger said Berger took one copy in September 2003 and four copies in October 2003.
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Now that Kerry is Sec. of State, Berger is probably involved somewhere in the shadows.
Elections come and go, but the criminals in Washington are never held accountable.
From Berger to Benghazi ...here comes Hillary.
Today Sandy Berger sits on the board of trustees of the International Crisis Group with the likes of George Soros, Wes Clark, Kofi Annan and many more.
Where is a predator drone when you need one?
Pants was suppose to surrender himself for a polygraph test...guessing it never happened.
I’d carpet bomb the whole bunch of them.
Bush’s failure to vigorously persue answers regarding Berger’s actions, and allowing the dems to whitewash the 9/11 report, complete with Jaime Gorelick as one of the lead “investigators”, was the writing on the wall as far back as 2003 that we had elected a democrat with an “R” next to his name. After the 2004 election, Bush gave up with the masquerade and pushed for amnesty, more huge govenment programs and cash givaways, and immense bailaouts, paving the way for the disaster squared we have now. But during that time it was rah rah Bush can do no wrong 24/7 right on this forum.
AS soon as Hillary is elected he will be back in the West Wing ...maybe even Sec. of State.
Is what Berger did any different than Snowden’s actions?What about Manning? He should be executed in my opinion.
seems documents had to do with 911 commission/investigation.
He now is chair to Madeleine Albright's consulting firm
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