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Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Berger lasted two days before violating probation

Sandy Berger, the guy who thought he could get away with jamming classified documents in his pants, was busted. Again:
Two days after he was placed on probation last month for taking classified documents, former national security adviser Sandy Berger was accused of reckless driving in Virginia by police who said he was traveling 88 miles per hour in a 55 mph zone.
He was stopped on Sept. 10, and two days later he informed the probation office of the U.S. District Court that he had been speeding because he was late to a meeting and was unaware of how fast he was traveling.
Why even try to explain yourself, Sandy? Do you really think the judge who sentenced you for stealing government secrets is gonna buy your excuse for going 33 mph over the limit?


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