Friday, September 09, 2005

Ex-Clinton adviser fined $50K for taking documents

Once again Media shows it's favoritism to Clinton and his cronies.
The Chicago Sun Times published this article on Page 32 of todays publication (9/9/2005). It is a short blurb from the AP about Sandy Berger being fined for taking documents from the National Archives.

Sandy Berger was President Clinton's National Security Adviser. He stole classified documents from a highly secured National Archives building. He was fined $50,000, must surrender access to classified government materials for three years, he received two years probation, and serve 100 hours of community service.

Again the press shows favoritism by the placement of this announcement of Berger being found guilty of thievery. The Sun-Times along with other media posted Front Page Headlines when completely undocumented accusations are made about President Bush, but they bury factual information about Clintons administration in the rarely read pages of their publications.

Some much for unbaised news.


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