Pajamas Media has a scooped copy of the OIG report on Sandy Berger's unauthorized removal of classified documents from the National Archives. As you read through it, you will probably attempted to mentally fill in the redacted blanks -- the blacked out passages between the declassified text -- and for most, the mystery will deepen rather than become clearer. There was little or no operational finesse in the document thefts which occured, and Mr. Berger's crude methods relied solely in exploiting the courtesies provided on account of his "stature". The question is motive. His search through the archives was as at the formal request of Bill Clinton, ostensibly to help prepare for 9/11 Commission testimony. Yet at some point after Clinton's request, if it it were not present to begin with, a secondary purpose insinuated itself into Berger's archival visits: to steal or make copies of certain documents as he pretended to review them. What was "it" that Sandy Berger was looking for? This is the core of the mystery. About all that can be deduced with confidence is that only Berger, who generated most of the originals, knew what to look for, whatever it was.