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'Unbowed' Snowden makes Moscow statement, releases list of countries contacted for asylum

01.07.2013 22:48

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden released a statement Monday night from Moscow saying he is “impressed at the efforts taken by so many” to help him, with WikiLeaks hours later releasing a list of countries to be sent applications for asylum.

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Anonymous user 12.07.2013 15:15

Russia has agreed to Snowden's asylum request and has Magnitsky suite at Butyrka ready for him now!

Anonymous user 05.07.2013 10:53

We do speak British English.

Anonymous user 04.07.2013 19:46

USA is not a democracy and never was.

Anonymous user 04.07.2013 17:19

Edward, how is that list of countries coming? 21 requested, 1 withdrawn, and 20 rejected! Go NSA!!!

Anonymous user 02.07.2013 16:27

Parsik says, Americans!, don't give up your arms, your government is metamorphosing into fascism

Anonymous user 02.07.2013 16:18

Comments change like the wind the truth however never lies.

Anonymous user 02.07.2013 16:17

Poland? They would put him on the first plane to the USA.

Anonymous user 02.07.2013 15:31

The roles has been reversed and now my country is a victim of tyranny. God save the American people

Anonymous user 02.07.2013 14:30

Snowden is headed back to USA under FBI and FSB protection. Time to face the music Eddie...

Anonymous user 02.07.2013 12:49

I wouldn't trust Austria/Norway when they have such covard excuses from the begining.

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