If the Obama Administration with its vast resources can’t locate Mr. Snowden, kidnap and return him to U.S. custody, perhaps we don’t have much to fear. On the other hand, perhaps we have more about which to worry than before. I am, like, I mean, just so totally confused. Ya know? Should I seek a high post in the U.S. intelligence community on that basis? I should fit right in.
The White House says they believe NSA leaker Edward Snowden is in Russia amid an international manhunt that has taken authorities and journalists around the globe this weekend.
“We have known where he is and believe we know where he is now,” White House press secretary Jay Carney said during a Monday afternoon briefing. “It is our assumption that he is in Russia.”
“I’m not going to get into specifics, but it is our understanding that he is still in Russia,” Carney added later in the briefing. “We have asked the Russians to look at all the options and expel Snowden to the US,” he said.
Snowden, a 30-year-old American man, fled the US last month to meet with reporters with The Guardian in Honk Kong. There he supplied journalists with National Security Agency documents exposing vast surveillance efforts operated by the…
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