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Title: Sandy Berger Ruling: Fair Or Not?
Author: Matt Matcherson
Article ID: 124027
Article Section: Politics

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For all intents and purposes, justice was served when Sandy Berger was fined $50,000 by U.S. Magistrate Judge Deborah Robinson in her ruling on September 8, 2005 regarding Sandy Berger’s mishandling of classified documents. Moreover, Sandy Berger will surrender his security clearance for three years following the ruling. Sandy Berger graciously accepted Judge’s Robinson’s decision.

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