There were rumors that Snowden was going to Ecuador, so the US threatened to end economic aid if they allowed him to seek sanctuary there. Their president responded by waiving the aid benefits and instead offered what they were worth to the US to put toward human rights education.
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Which raises the point, does a government that seriously abuse its power become an enemy of the country it governs? If so and you believe the US government falls into this category then his actions have actually harmed the enemies of the USA.
Good follow-up question!
I believe I addressed your question in the second half of my response. If the government's actions are viewed as abusive, then using concepts like jury nullification one could justify his actions.
He'll be chased by people who have friends and mother and fathers, but who forget that just being a human being is far more important than any allegiance to any particular country or party,