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The Snowden Case: About More Than Leaking - The Globalist Jul 21, 2013 Snowden: A Curious Case – Is There More to the Story? Edward Snowden, the whistleblower. who rose to extraordinary fame in June 2013 when he facilitated classified documents from the NSA to be made fully open and public, is an intriguing case. Edward Snowden Sets the Record Straight - Truthdig

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Certainly in the case of Edward Snowden. Is he a hero or a traitor? Regardless, he is likely permanently going to end in a position which reminds one of (as Wikipedia tells us) “The Man Without a Country”, a short story by American writer Edward Everett Hale, first published in The Atlantic in December 1863. It is the story of American Army

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The same poll found that 54 percent felt a criminal case should be brought against Snowden, and 38 percent disagreed. [71] June 12–16: The Washington Post - ABC News poll cited 43 percent of respondents saying Snowden ought to be charged with a crime, while 48 percent said he ought not. Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the US Courts | Mises Institute The Klayman case represents the first post-Snowden case against the NSA, a situation where the judiciary now has to come to terms with a hostile public, which is well aware of what is hidden behind the legal walls erected around the NSA. The recent Obama speech also represents the first major reaction of the US government to the prospect that