House Staff Report on Berg(l)er: The Justice Department Cannot Be Sure He Didn’t Take Original Classified Documents
From the executive summary:
The full extent of Berger’s document removal, however, is not known, and never can be known. The Justice Department cannot be sure that Berger did not remove original documents for which there were no copies or inventory. On three of Berger’s four visits to the Archives, he had access to such documents.
I wonder what the coverage will be like in the L.A. Times, whose editors said in 2004:
Berger, who admits he made an “honest mistake,” is guilty of taking copies and handwritten notes (that too is a serious violation of the rules) but not original documents.
A search for the word “Berger” on the paper’s web site reveals no articles. I’ll keep my eyes peeled.