Snowden says risks death penalty in asylum request
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Fugitive US intelligence analyst Edward Snowden told Poland in an asylum request that he risks the death penalty at home, after he disclosed ...
And now the whistleblowing of Edward Snowden has illicited an apology for lieing to the U.S.Congress from DNI CIA scumbag Clapper, (whose last name sounds appropriately like a form of venereal disease).Obviously in a pre Israel Patriot Act era, (caused by Israeli control of Logan Airport Boston on 9/11),it would be Clapper facing jail or the death penalty, (as is threatened for Snowden by Israeli agents Obama and John Kerry),and NOT Snowden who should be awarded a medal of honor.The war zero John Kerry who fraudulently claimed a silver star for his vacation in Viet Nam during that war should be the one facing the death penalty along with the Kenyan born Barack Obama aka Barry Soetoro,(at least he was born in Kenya according to his own pre-presidential self promotion portfolio that remained unchanged or uncorrected from the early 1990's until 2007!).No wonder Secretary of State John Kerry, (one of the 9/11/01 Boston Logan Airport cover up criminals for convicted-in-Israel money launderer Menachem Atzmon and the other Israelis of ICTS International and Shin Bet who 'guarded Logan Airport on 9/11), threw his Silver Star away in a phoney anti-Viet Nam War protest in the 1970's - he was trying to destroy the evidence !
Clapper Apologizes For 'Erroneous' Answer on NSA
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Leaks by former NSA systems analyst Edward Snowden have revealed the NSA's sweeping data collection of U.S. phone records and some ...
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