Sandy Berger, former national security adviser, dies
By Nick Gass12/02/15 09:44 AM EST Updated 12/02/15 11:04 AM EST
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Berger’s legacy was marred, however, when he pleaded guilty in 2005 to removing highly classified documents from the National Archives in Washington the previous year. The inspector general of the National Archives said that a staff member had witnessed the former NSA adviser wrapping the classified documents around his socks and under his pants.
He was fined $50,000, sentenced to two years’ probation and stripped of his security clearance for three years. Following a Justice Department investigation and subsequent congressional hearings, Berger voluntarily gave up his license to practice law in 2007.
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What did Sandy Berger take?
Guess we’ll never have an answer to that question.
Had to be at the behest and benefit of the Clintons.
Another unanswered question.
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