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CIA whistleblower to Snowden: ‘Do not cooperate with the FBI’

03.07.2013 14:25

NSA leaker Edward Snowden is the subject of an open letter of support just published from behind bars by John Kiriakou, a former CIA agent currently serving time for sharing state secrets.

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John Smith 26.04.2014 09:55

Snowden should stay in Russia where he will be safe, i just hope many more people have the guts to expose the rotten US government for what they are, they need to be behind bars.


carl peters 26.04.2014 09:05

"but as Americans begin to realize that we are devolving into a police state,..."
Don't you think it is already a Police State and Democracy is dead in America?
Just compare the number of Americans being silenced, prosecuted, jailed, assassinated, the so called suicides.
You cannot speak anymore. Period.
Police State.


William Downing 23.11.2013 09:59

Mr. Snowden, I advise you to learn Russian. The Russian leader of the free World, Vladimir Putin has extended sanctuary to you. It is probably the only place that the CIA doesn't own.

Anonymous user 24.07.2013 20:37

Seems that everyone would rather just stick their heads in the sand and pretend its not happening: (

Anonymous user 18.07.2013 15:48

True and just before that we had slavery... does that mean it would be ok to go back?

Anonymous user 17.07.2013 02:48

Is it democracy or tyranny when majority of citizens demand privacy but gov't only protects its own?

Anonymous user 17.07.2013 02:42

When the telephone was first introduced, no one could pick up the phone and speak with privacy.


R King 17.07.2013 01:27

Spying on anyone is not nice, but would someone please tell me, what are you trying to hide? An honest way of life should not worry a person so. Sure people make all kinds of mistakes and rest assured somebody or someone knows what you did, be it a friend, neighbor, co-worker etc... Unless you're into some heavy stuff, I see the outrage and panic.

Anonymous user 15.07.2013 15:51

Had similar experience including evidence tampering in 1960s draft case.

Anonymous user 11.07.2013 04:00

Bush received no punishment for revealing the identity of Valerie Plame.

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