It would have been nice if he stayed there a little longer until he got all the info he could on Barry Soetoro. But then again, if he did he wouldn’t be alive right now.
if we believe him and we have no reason not to then this is scarier than anything else going on.
I wonder if he will name any of the people he tried to alert
Impossible. I’ve been told many times on FR that instead of running off to a foreign country the right thing would have been for Snowden to raise his concerns his supervisory chain and they would have seen to it that the improprieties were dealt with...
It’s unlikely the story is true. If he had he must have informed them by note while he was in the air to Hong Kong.
Had he informed his superiors in regards to NSA data tapping abuse on a country wide scale ... he would have been immediately suspect, and if he worked with the family jewels he would have been having his exit interview and reminded of the penalties for violating his non-disclosures.
Of course, Sandy Berger walked into a archive library and made off with confidential documents so your mileage may vary.
If you wonder how something like this could happen in America, look @ FR. We have about a dozen posts on this issue. How many do we have on Obama/Aretha Franklin?
So, who do I believe? The NSA? Or Snowden. I think I’ll go with Snowden.
Snowdon looked at everyone. The scary thing is that he could not find anyone in our government clean enough to go to. Not in the Executive, Judicial or Legislative branch. Think about it.
I wonder how many concerned guys handling shepherds at German railroad yards in the 40's were told that...?
The loyalty is to the agency,not the constitution. Snowdon is as good as dead