What are your thoughts on the NBC Edward Snowden interview?
Is he a patriot or a traitor? Why so? How have you come to your current opinion?
I found it eye opening, but i also question the authenticity of the entire thing. I don't understand how the government would allow that interview to air without editing the heck out of it first
by Beth Perry 5 years ago
Is NSA leaker, Edward Snowden, a courageous patriot or has he threatened national security?Snowden has taken responsibility for working with the NSA to direct widespread surveillance on the public. He recently told The Guardian, "I, sitting at my desk, certainly had the authorities to wiretap...
by Kathleen Odenthal 4 years ago
Are you watching the Edward Snowden interview on NBC?If so, what do you think?
by Suzette Walker 5 years ago
Is Edward Snowden a 'good guy' whistle blower or a 'bad guy' traitor to the U.S.? ExplainRecently, Edward Snowden, a IT computer worker for a government contract company (Booz Allen) leaked information from the NSA to the press/media about how we are being spied on by our government through...
by Deforest 5 years ago
It could be the new Tom Clancy's novel but it is not. Snowden protected by China is still travelling to the land of the free. Who ever thought that it would be everywhere else but home? Home sweet home is now the country of domestic and international spying professionalism as well as domestic and...
by Susan Reid 5 years ago
Edward Snowden (of NSA document leaks fame) has had many offers of asylum from countries around the world.But he's stuck in the Moscow airport.Snowden has criticized the Obama administration for yanking his passport once criminal charges were filed, "leaving me a stateless person." What...
by Real Life Stories 5 years ago
Another hero - Edward Snowden - will now be chased and harassed by the US until he is in prison?Snowden - the recent leaker of info illustrating the clandestine operations of US secret services now faces a perilous future. Snowden is clearly another decent moral person of conscience, much...
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