Saturday, July 24, 2004

Berger stole classified Middle East documents

According to World Net Daily classified 9/11 documents are not the only documents former Clinton National Security Advisor, Sandy Berger, stole.

Former National Security Adviser Samuel Berger, who this week admitted to taking classified terrorism documents from the National Archives, also was found in possession of a small number of classified papers containing his handwritten notes from Middle East peace talks during the Clinton administration, according to a source familiar with the investigation.

Although the Mideast notes are not the main focus of the current criminal probe, the source says their removal may shed further light on Berger's intentions. The Mideast notes were allegedly taken from the National Archives along with classified documents that officials say may paint the Clinton administration's handling of the al-Qaida threat in a negative way.

You still buying his "inadvertently" story now?

1 comment:

ed thomas said...

Hi Marc- I apologise for this but I've been unable to get to access email for a number of weeks, and I've changed my address as a result. If you're still doing your updates maybe you'd care to change my entry on your list to



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