Skip to comments.Snowden Gets Temporary Asylum in Russia, Leaves Airport
Posted on 08/01/2013 5:13:57 AM PDT by Sub-Driver
Snowden Gets Temporary Asylum in Russia, Leaves Airport
By PAUL SONNE
MOSCOWNational Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden has received asylum for a year in Russia and has left Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport, his lawyer said on Thursday.
NSA leaker, Edward Snowden, says the U.S. has left him "stateless". Is that the case? What happens when the U.S. revokes an American's passport? How often does that happen? How do you renounce your citizenship? WSJ's Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer.
Anatoly Kucherena, a lawyer who has been representing Mr. Snowden in Moscow, said the U.S. fugitive received so-called "temporary asylum" for a period of one year that allows him to remain and live on Russian territory. Temporary asylum is usually issued in Russia for renewable one-year periods.
The 30-year-old former national security contractor, who is wanted by U.S. authorities for leaking documents related to the NSA's foreign and domestic surveillance operations, left Sheremetyevo Airport after spending more than a month stuck in the transit zone, Mr. Kucherena said in a brief interview with The Wall Street Journal on Thursday.
"I already escorted him out of the airport into a taxi,
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Because the NSA and other alphabet soup organizations are no lomger used to “keep us safe” as much as they are being used to control us and anyone who dares speak against their master.
Your comment inferring that obama’s lackeys in the military, DHS, CIA, FBI, DOJ and IRS want to keep us safe is laughable.
These people are about money, power, control , career or a combination thereof.
They are all corrupt to the core, and Benzghazi and F&F are clear evidence to validate my points.
In my opinion you are overreacting. Do you know anyone hauled to jail for posting on free republic yet? nope...