The Wall Street Journal calls, again, for the release of the memo that Sandy Berger had chosen to purloin from the National Archives.
On Sunday, Commission Chairman Tom Kean said that Mr. Berger's padded hosiery did not affect the Commission's final report. Mr. Kean says he believes Commissioners had all the documents. The problem is this: He has no way of knowing for certain what he might not have seen. Remember, it was Mr. Berger who was assigned the task of selecting which documents--and which drafts of which documents with which marginal notations--to send up on behalf of the Clinton Administration.
kind of like sending the fox to guard the henhouse....what did Berger steal and how embarassing to the Clintons were they? He wouldn't risk jail to steal innocuous documents,