Snowden did a ‘public service’ ‒ former attorney general who charged him with espionage


It’s been nearly three years since the first publication of documents leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, and documents continue to roll out. While it took the US Justice Department, then led by Eric Holder, less than 20 days to charge Snowden with espionage, the former attorney general has now come out calling the leaks a “public service,” though also “illegal.” RT America’s Anya Parampil has the story. Then, former CIA analyst Ray McGovern joins Simone Del Rosario to weigh in.

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  1. The chinese, saudi, russian, iranian, american and turkish governments, just to name a few, all make the internet a bad place.

    The UN ought to sit together and create a program to target these trolls who bully kids. ISIS is litrally consists of brainwashed millenials.

  2. If the corrupt war mongering American government were given Snowden, he would be soft killed eventually. They would simply drop a radio active isotope into his blood stream through his food. He'd get cancer and die quickly like any other spy they take out. They are still pissed Edward exposed them on so many counts of illegal activities. Like the Mafia, they will be unrelenting in the wait to get their hands on him. He will never be forgiven. If they ever say he's forgiven, it will simply be bait to lure him with false security to his death. The US government have to be striped out. Vote Bernie Sanders for Truth.


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