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Originally posted by Mad_Hatter
I'm not trying to flame you SD, but answer this simple question, why would obama choose this man in light of the information presented here?
Originally posted by jamie83
Originally posted by Agit8dChop
Yep, ill admit thats pretty damn discouraging.
But I wouldnt tie Obama to the 911 coverup in anyway.
To be clear, I'm not saying Obama was INVOLVED in the cover-up.
Originally posted by grover
So the most Berger is guilty of is stealing and destroying COPIES not original documents as has been, ...
Originally posted by FlyersFan
I can tell you this much, long ago when I worked with classified documents it wouldn't matter if somoene stole an original or a copy ... we would have had him arrested faster than you could believe possible.
Copies are no less important then originals.
Obama and the 9/11 Cover-Up?
A case could be made that he has buddied up with Obama in hopes of once Obama is in office he can get the evidence he was denied as co-chair of the 9.11 commision.
The Bush administration resisted pressure to form an independent commission to investigate the attack for more than a year. Finally, in the fall of 2002, the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States, or 9/11 Commission, was formed, and Bush appointed Henry Kissinger as chairman. Kissinger withdrew rather than reveal his client list, and was replaced by New Jersey governor Thomas Kean. However the work of the Committee and the Report was shaped by the Commission's executive director Philip Zelikow and his staff. Zelikow has intimate connections with the Bush administration.