Wednesday, June 12, 2013

We Need More Facts About Edward Snowden

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Edward Snowden is the self-proclaimed Whisleblower who fled to Hong Kong in China after revealing data-collection techniques done by the United States Government.

But who is he really? A patriot? A martyr? A stooge? A mole? A traitor?

If you watch the national news or read Twitter, you'll think he's either Benedict Arnold or the best thing to happen to this country since sliced bread. However, something about him just doesn't ring true and each day that goes by brings new revelations about his past and his connections.

If Snowden isn't given asylum by Russia or some other country diametrically opposed to the U.S., the erstwhile Spy will eventually be arrested and brought to trial here in his own country. And then the real 'splainin will begin and maybe we can cut through the crap.

Snark Amendment: Edward Snowden Releases NSA Secrets
Snark Amendment: Edward Snowden Hero or Villain?

Guardian UK: Edward Snowden NSA Whistleblower by Glenn Greenwald

Guardian UK: Q & A with Snowden "I Do Not Expect to See Home Again"

WaPo: Code Name Verax - Snowden Knew the Risks

Daily Mail: Lindsay Mills - Ballerina Girlfriend of Snowden left behind in Hawaii

Mother Jones: Community College Says NSA Whistleblower Edward Snowden Took No "Cyber-Related Classes"

USA Today: Booz Allen Fires Snowden from $122,000-a-year job (not $200,000)

Bob Cesca: Former NSA Analysts, Lawyers: Snowden Claims Are “Absurd”

Legal Insurrection: Five Clarifications We Can't Ask of Snowden

Huff Post: Russia Considering Asylum for Snowden

CNN: No sign of NSA leaker as U.S. Investigation Builds Steam

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