Tonight on CBS's 60 Minutes, former FBI Director Louis J. Freeh will be on to talk about his new book, "My FBI", which will apparently include a charge by Freeh about Bill Clinton, Saudi Arabia, and funding for Clinton's Presidential Library. Amusingly, it is Sandy Berger who will be coming to Clinton's defense tonight in a written statement to be read by CBS. Sandy Berger is best known for being Clinton's National Securoty Adviser who was recently given a $50,000 fine, ordered to do 100 hours of community service, and placed on probation for stealing Classified Government Documents and stuffing them in his pants. Berger eventually admitted to sneaking out the classified documents in various parts of his suit, and then of later destroying them (and lying about the whole thing). Also, this past week, Berger was in court again after being charged with reckless driving by going 33 miles over the posted speed limit (88 in a 55), a violation of his parole which could land him in more trouble. 60 Minutes airs tonight at 7pm EST:Read the CBS promotion here.
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