Skip to comments.Berger second high-level Clinton official to take classified information home.
Posted on 07/19/2004 7:55:51 PM PDT by joinedafterattack
Ex-CIA chief surfed Web on home computer with top-secret data - Clinton latter pardoned him.
(Excerpt) Read more at cnn.com ...
Holy Cow! He was in charge of Central Intelligence!!
This is some pretty bad $hit.
"Statement of John Deutch to the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon The United States
October 14, 2003
"Strengthening US Intelligence"
Well, I'll admit to that but I'm sticking by my story that my dog ate those papers and I was not careless in misplacing them like Berger.
Do you think he might have taken them home and "lost" them on purpose? The state department had 100 laptops with top secret information "disappear" during Mad Albrights term.
Then there was the CIA director-- how can you get a job at the CIA and not know that top secret computers won't stay top secret if you take them home?
What about Los Alamos too? Remember how they didn't fire anybody after Wen Ho Lee looted the place, then it caught on fire?
HHMMMM.SO this is NOT a new problem....Very interesting....DO we have a mole in charge of the hole?
Speaking for myself, I always leave the want ads on the kitchen table, never in my pants.
monica smuggled out some top secrete dna
Left to right we have Sandy (hotpants) Berger, John (Gigilo) Kerry, Bill (what is is) Clinton, and who?
Are you sure, those are classified documents in your pants,
or are you just glad to see me?
Is it Lloyd Bentsen?
Yeah, but he only sent those top secret documents as a 'good faith' measure to Dr. Clement Okon in Nigeria ;)
I think it's a cardboard cutout.
Maybe it's actually a republican - Willy kinda looks like he's gonna trip him, doesn't he?
Another one on 'classified info'.
Looks like Dungheap Harkin
Shot in the dark, Chalabi (sp?)
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.