Sandy “Honestly, I had no idea how those papers got into my socks, jacket pocket, and portfolio” Berger will plead guilty to misdemeanor theft of classified documents.
My, what serendipitous timing. Just saying.
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Oh, leave the man alone. When you have to take work home from the office, don’t you stuff it in your socks? Doesn’t everybody? I mean, an attache case is sooo Republican. (Odd but true – inmates in the New York State prison system may be sent black or white socks made of almost any material, but the rules specifically state that the socks may not have pockets. How is the poor guy supposed to carry his sensitive documents around?)
A misdemeanor seems pretty gentle given that he “accidently destroyed” classified documents for which there are/were no copies. Be interesting to see if he does any jail time – pleading guilty suggests he won’t.
Probably he’ll get no jail time, or only a short sentence at a minimum-security Club Fed.
Do those pants work as a modern chastity belt?