Sandy Berger Pleads Guilty to Taking Documents

Sandy Berger, who served as national security adviser to President Bill Clinton, pleads guilty to taking and destroying federal property. Berger admitted that he intentionally took three copies of a classified document from the National Archives and cut them up with scissors.

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