Monday, January 29, 2007

The Invisible Berger

John Fund on the Sandy Berger case; a matter that has received surprisingly little attention from the "watchdogs" of the press. An excerpt:

The Inspector General's report found that the papers Mr. Berger took outlined the adequacy of the government's knowledge of terrorist threats in the U.S. in the final months of the Clinton administration--documents that could have been of some interest to the 9/11 Commission, before which Mr. Berger was scheduled to testify. The Washington Post buried news of the Inspector General's report on page 7; the New York Times dumped it on page 36.

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