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Sandy Berger Pleads Guilty to Taking Documents

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Sandy Berger Pleads Guilty to Taking Documents

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Sandy Berger Pleads Guilty to Taking Documents

Sandy Berger Pleads Guilty to Taking Documents

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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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