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How Should Various Countries Deal with Former NSA Contractor Edward Snowden?

 

Edward Snowden 2013-10-9 (1)

Edward Snowden is a former CIA employee and NSA contractor who leaked 200,000 classified documents to the media. 

 

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United States - 

Continue pursuing the charges of espionage and theft of government property

United States - 

Drop the charges

He broke the law, and should be held accountable for his actions. 

He is a whistleblower; his intentions were to inform the people of government surveillance that has gone too far.

The information he released was top secret, and important for national security.

The information he released revealed the government is violating privacy rights of both Americans and citizens of friendly allies.

 

Other Countries - 

Extradite to the United States to face justice

Other Countries - 

Grant Asylum

The authorities in the United States are pursuing charges, so countries with extradition agreements must arrest and extradite him. He is a whistleblower that revealed the United States NSA spying program violated many counties sovereignty.  He should be exonerated.
   

 

 

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Former NSA Contractor Edward Snowden

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