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Man on the Run:Us Lawmakers Warn Potential Snowden Havens

There are 82 comments on the Fox News story from Jun 23, 2013, titled Man on the Run:Us Lawmakers Warn Potential Snowden Havens. In it, Fox News reports that:

Washington lawmakers rebuked American fugitive Edward Snowden for fleeing Hong Kong to avoid U.S. extradition efforts after exposing U.S. surveillance secrets, with Sen. Chuck Schumer warning about Russia providing safe haven.

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Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#29 Jun 24, 2013
Sheik Yerbouti wrote:
Hopefully Snowden will be able to stay in a free country that respects the privacy rights of its citizens unlike the us!
why do you feel you have a right to privacy for the things you send over the internet or a phone service. the supreme court doesn't think you have privacy rights to phone calls. the records of your calls and emails and such don't even belong to you. they belong to the service provider you use.
Guest

United States

#30 Jun 24, 2013
Sheik Yerbouti wrote:
Hopefully Snowden will be able to stay in a free country that respects the privacy rights of its citizens unlike the us!
Like China, Russia, Cuba and Ecuador? Hahahaha

“your life is great”

Since: Aug 09

you poop in clean water

#31 Jun 24, 2013
"The US authorities must not prosecute anyone for disclosing information about the government’s human rights violations, Amnesty International said after Edward Snowden was charged under the Espionage Act.

The organization also believes that the National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower could be at risk of ill-treatment if extradited to the USA.

"No one should be charged under any law for disclosing information of human rights violations by the US government. Such disclosures are protected under the rights to information and freedom of expression," said Widney Brown, Senior Director of International Law and Policy at Amnesty International.

"It appears he is being charged by the US government primarily for revealing its and other governments’ unlawful actions that violate human rights.”
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looks like Snowden has some backing from the international courts
why?
because he did the right thing.
Cat74

United States

#32 Jun 24, 2013
Ecuador has already said they would provide Snowden asylum. In the past world leaders disagreed with America, but quiet diplomacy usually resulted in their honoring an American request. Obama is like a bull in a China shop, blustering around, making demands. So they couldn't wait to embarrass the U S President. They made him look weak, and stupid.
See the Light

United States

#33 Jun 24, 2013
Guest wrote:
It's about time more Republicans are coming out against the traitor. Soon you paranoids will all be alone in this debate.
We already know Obama is a traitor, and the other Countries laugh and laugh.
Guest

United States

#34 Jun 24, 2013
See the Light wrote:
<quoted text>We already know Obama is a traitor, and the other Countries laugh and laugh.
Nice try but no dice.

“your life is great”

Since: Aug 09

you poop in clean water

#35 Jun 24, 2013
you all realize that in addition to all this spying having gone on since the fall of 2001, Obama himself was looked into back in 2002 right?
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it's not the POTUS that looks bad to the international community, it's our entire governing system.
See the Light

United States

#36 Jun 24, 2013
Guest wrote:
<quoted text>
Nice try but no dice.
You people are so brainwashed by Obama.
Guest

United States

#37 Jun 25, 2013
No, there is one part missing in your whole rant. Proof.

Without that, you and the rest of the Republican inbreds have nothing but a whole lot of crying.
Guest

United States

#38 Jun 25, 2013
anneutral wrote:
"The US authorities must not prosecute anyone for disclosing information about the governmentÂ’s human rights violations, Amnesty International said after Edward Snowden was charged under the Espionage Act.

The organization also believes that the National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower could be at risk of ill-treatment if extradited to the USA.

"No one should be charged under any law for disclosing information of human rights violations by the US government. Such disclosures are protected under the rights to information and freedom of expression," said Widney Brown, Senior Director of International Law and Policy at Amnesty International.

"It appears he is being charged by the US government primarily for revealing its and other governments’ unlawful actions that violate human rights.”
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looks like Snowden has some backing from the international courts
why?
because he did the right thing.
Violation of Human Rights hahahaha.

Tell that to China, North Korea, any African country, Russia, Cuba and Ecuador. The International Courts mean little to the rest of the world and are a joke to them.

Some backing he has there....not.
Cat74

United States

#39 Jun 25, 2013
Where's Snowden? The entire U S Government is looking for him. We can kill an American overseas with a drone, but we cannot find one guy who has already given WikiLeaks enough high security secrets to keep Assange in business for years. If one country had any respect for our inferior leadership Little Edward would be in our hands yesterday. Can we have some experienced people step forward, please.
Lamer

Hopkins, MN

#40 Jun 25, 2013
Cat74 wrote:
Ecuador has already said they would provide Snowden asylum. In the past world leaders disagreed with America, but quiet diplomacy usually resulted in their honoring an American request. Obama is like a bull in a China shop, blustering around, making demands. So they couldn't wait to embarrass the U S President. They made him look weak, and stupid.
Ecuador has not said that. You are either mistaken or greatly ill informed.
Cat74

United States

#41 Jun 25, 2013
It was in yesterdays papers. Ecuador stated they would give Snowden asylum, and protect him from harm. There are plenty of little countries that have no respect for America to make it easy for him to live out his life in exile. He has already done all he can to make the Obama Administration look like the Keystone Kops on steroids. Our intelligence community will never be trusted as long as a Democrat President is in office. Between Snowden, and Julian Assange America is a running joke.
Guest

United States

#42 Jun 25, 2013
Cat74 wrote:
Where's Snowden? The entire U S Government is looking for him. We can kill an American overseas with a drone, but we cannot find one guy who has already given WikiLeaks enough high security secrets to keep Assange in business for years. If one country had any respect for our inferior leadership Little Edward would be in our hands yesterday. Can we have some experienced people step forward, please.
He is in Russia and might be lucky to get out alive. The Russians say he isn't there but he did buy a ticket there. They want the info he has. He should have done this without going public like "Deepthroat" did in the 70's. His quest for fame might make him disappear in Russia and never seen again.
Sheik Yerbouti

Richmond, IN

#43 Jun 25, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>why do you feel you have a right to privacy for the things you send over the internet or a phone service. the supreme court doesn't think you have privacy rights to phone calls. the records of your calls and emails and such don't even belong to you. they belong to the service provider you use.
I have a right to privacy because it is, or used to be, one of the guiding principles of this country. If you are comfortable with being spied on fine but I am not. I could care less what a bunch of senile old right wingers on the court think! They have been shredding the bill of rights for decades! I hope Snowden remains free in a nation that respects the privacy rights of its citizens. Obama has been a disaster for civil liberties!
See the Light

United States

#44 Jun 25, 2013
Guest wrote:
No, there is one part missing in your whole rant. Proof.
Without that, you and the rest of the Republican inbreds have nothing but a whole lot of crying.
Proof! Everything Liberals do is bad for America.

“your life is great”

Since: Aug 09

you poop in clean water

#45 Jun 25, 2013
See the Light wrote:
<quoted text>Proof! Everything Liberals do is bad for America.
that's a pretty broad statement, are you sure that's what you really mean?
sinic

United States

#46 Jun 25, 2013
"Us Lawmakers Warn Potential Snowden Havens" Maybe they ought to threaten. What threats would you make.(military, economic etc.)?
sinic

United States

#47 Jun 25, 2013
Guest wrote:
<quoted text>
He is in Russia and might be lucky to get out alive. The Russians say he isn't there but he did buy a ticket there. They want the info he has. He should have done this without going public like "Deepthroat" did in the 70's. His quest for fame might make him disappear in Russia and never seen again.
The Russians, like the Chinese, will send him on his way when the find out everything he knows about NSA/CIA etc. and get a copy of everything he took when he left.(laptops? thumb drives? and whatever he put on them)
Wall Street Government

Sebastian, FL

#48 Jun 25, 2013
See the Light wrote:
<quoted text>Proof! Everything Liberals do is bad for America.
Two of the worst recessions since 1929 happened under republican administrations.

Poor teabagger.

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