Friday, September 23, 2005

9-11 ball dropping?



BIGDOG said...

Yeh i mentioned Able Danger to you 2 weeks or so ago on your show. Im still waiting for more info. Is the ball dropping evidence as you put it, is that what Sandy Berger was after?

I believe Berger got prosecuted also. He was fined and whatnot. Look did Berger cut up Able Danger evidence.

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Former National Security Adviser Sandy Berger was sentenced Thursday to community service and probation and fined $50,000 for illegally removing highly classified documents from the National Archives and intentionally destroying some of them.

The documents taken by Berger dealt with the terror threats during the 2000 millennium celebration, according to parties in the case.

According to the charges, Berger -- between September 2 and October 2, 2003 -- "knowingly removed classified documents from the National Archives and Records Administration and stored and retained such documents at places," such as his private Washington office.

Berger's associates admit he took five copies of an after-action report detailing the 2000 millennium terror plot from the Archives. The aides say Berger returned to his office, discovered that three of the copies appeared to be duplicates and cut them up with scissors.

The revelations were a dramatic change from Berger's claim last year that he had made an "honest mistake" and either misplaced or unintentionally threw the documents away.

Mild said...

Oh No Call the Pentagon!

Robert Byrd said...
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