#1 The Guardian newspaper names Edward Snowden, 29, as the source who...06-09-2013, 04:19 PM
The Guardian newspaper names Edward Snowden, 29, as the source who leaked
material from the National Security Agency.
Breaking on CNN.comMay the FORCE be with you!
06-09-2013, 05:25 PM
It sucks to be him, I hope he sleeps with one eye openWe're from Philadelphia, We Fight- Chip Kelly
06-09-2013, 08:23 PMPffffffffffffffffffffff!
06-09-2013, 09:00 PM
Really good investigative reporters could make a lot of money right now, people want to know the truth about what is going on and it is becoming more and more evident that traditional news organizations are just shills for the government right now.Pffffffffffffffffffffff!
06-10-2013, 01:13 AM
There is something that is starting to stink about this story, now Edward is talking about defecting to China, like they are some sort of freer country.
I'm wondering if in some way we have been had.Pffffffffffffffffffffff!
#9 NSA Leaker Surfaces in Hong Kong06-10-2013, 01:15 AM
BY: Bill Gertz
June 9, 2013 6:52 pm
An intelligence contractor who disclosed a top-secret National Security Agency electronic surveillance program surfaced in Hong Kong on Sunday and suggested he planned to defect to China.
Edward Snowden, a cyber security technical specialist with the intelligence contractor Booz, Allen, Hamilton, appeared in a video posted by the British newspaper the Guardian, which first disclosed the spying program and other top-secret details of U.S. government electronic intelligence and surveillance.
Asked by Guardian correspondent Glenn Greenwald about his presence in Hong Kong and whether he plans to defect to China, Snowden said the assumption that “China is an enemy of the United States” is wrong. “It’s not,” he said.
Despite conflicts between the U.S. and Chinese governments, the peoples of the two countries do not care, he said. “We’re not at war, in armed conflict … we’re the largest trading partners,” he said.
Hong Kong, a Chinese province that was once a British colony, has a long tradition of free speech and has an “unfiltered Internet,” Snowden said.
“And I believe that the Hong Kong government is actually independent in relation to a lot of other leading western governments,” Snowden said
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