posted on Jul, 3 2005 @ 09:05 AM
SandyBerger's sentencing is set for July 8 for the criminal theft of documents from the national archive. He has plead guilty as part of a deal with
Berger's inane defense: going back to steal documents more than once was inadvertent, Berger's excuse that his thievery was inadvertent could and
should be classified as lying to a judge. If Berger filed official documents with the court attesting to this lie, that could be considered foisting a
falsehood on the court, and is prosecutable.
It is important to remind the judge that there is probably nothing in the National Archives that could ever have caused Berger any personal or
political damage because of his protected status at the time-----acting as a member of the cabinet for a former president. Anything Berger was
attempting to do in stealing documents was done to protect someone else and at the behest of someone else. It is hard to say what did, or what might
have happened, with the Sandy Burglar deal -- there are so many double standards and complicity in Washington nowadays that one can only wonder. We
can conjecture about who Burglar was/is protecting. But it may go beyond that, and that anything Berger was attempting to do in stealing documents was
done to protect someone else, and at the behest of someone else.
It could be reasonably postulated that Berger was not covering for the Clintons as is commonly thought, but that the Archives theft was to reinforce
Berger's usefulness as candidate John Kerry's national security advisor---to get something to use against GWB. That possibility became more apparent
when it was discovered that the US Pentagon traitor Lawrence Franklin gave US national security documents to AIPAC, and that candidate Kerry hired
Steve Grossman, a past AIPAC president, as his key campaign advisor. Suspicions arose that candidate Kerry was being coached, and that somebody might
have been leaking privileged national security information to Kerry in the effort to defeat President Bush. Berger was serving as Kerry's national
security consultant when he pilfered the classified US national security documents from the National Archives. So, the Berger theft may not be as
originally suspected (a Clinton cover-up)----but an attempt to compromise the 2004 election to undermine George W Bush's reelection.