May 17, 2007
SANDY BERGER UPDATE: "Samuel R. Berger, the Clinton White House national security adviser who was caught taking highly classified documents from the National Archives, has agreed to forfeit his license to practice law."
This would seem to be the key bit, though: "In giving up his license, Mr. Berger avoids being cross-examined by the Board on Bar Counsel, where he risked further disclosure of specific details of his theft."
Hmm. That would seem to confirm suspicions that we haven't gotten the full story. And why has the Justice Department seemed so uninterested in following through here? Theft of classified documents in a politically-charged setting would seem worthy of their attention.