Wednesday, September 06, 2006

UPI seeking the truth about "Path to 9/11"

On DailyKos, they are outraged that Sandy Berger was not allowed to vet the facts in ABC's miniseries on 9/11. UPI calls the series "under fire" and notes:
A statement from Samuel "Sandy" Berger, who was national security adviser to President Bill Clinton at the time, calls the scenes involving him "complete fabrications."
Of course, to get the truth on what happened we could go back to the national archives and look at the documents except for one thing: Sandy Berger destroyed them. As reported:
Sandy Berger pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor in federal court. Berger, who served as President Clinton's national security adviser, is acknowledging that it wasn't an honest mistake and that he intentionally took and destroyed copies of classified documents from the National Archives and cut them up with scissors.
The UPI left out that detail.

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