July of 2004 saw the investigation of Sandy Berger, who was found guilty of removing classified documents from the National Archives illegally in October of the previous year.

The files were five copies of assessments of the Clinton administration’s dismal handling of what became known as the Millennium Plot, a series of coordinated attempts of terrorist acts against the US by Islamic extremists.

It is widely understood that Berger took these documents so they wouldn’t go on record and harm Bill Clinton during a hearing of the 9/11 Commission. He removed the documents from the archives by stuffing them into his pants and socks during two separate visits.

When asked about the unlawful activity, Bill Clinton said, “Sandy’s always been unorganized.” Berger resigned his license to practice law to avoid having to testify.