Man on the Run:Us Lawmakers Warn Potential Snowden Havens

Jun 23, 2013 Full story: Fox News 82

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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See the Light

El Paso, TX

#1 Jun 23, 2013
Run Snowden run!
Guest

United States

#7 Jun 24, 2013
It's about time more Republicans are coming out against the traitor. Soon you paranoids will all be alone in this debate.
Wall Street Government

Sebastian, FL

#8 Jun 24, 2013
Funny.

Teabaggers want to hang Bradley Manning.

For doing the SAME thing.
Wall Street Government

Sebastian, FL

#9 Jun 24, 2013
And they are all for privatization.

Because that "capitalism".

Doing a better job, cheaper.

Poor teabaggers.
lulz

Lumberton, NC

#10 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.
oh there just pissed he has a higher approval rate then all of congress.
Cat74

Schaumburg, IL

#12 Jun 24, 2013
The Senator in N Y, Schumer, he's angry at China, and Russia for letting Snowden come, and go. Does anyone, least of all China, and Russia care what upsets Schumer? Or Obama either for that matter. The man made our leadership look like amateurs, too stupid to be on the world scene. He has 4 laptops full of high security secrets, and he is allowed to go all over the world, and not one country respects America enough to hold him for our authorities. That should tell you something.

Since: Mar 11

Minnesota's North Coast

#13 Jun 24, 2013
Cat74 wrote:
The Senator in N Y, Schumer, he's angry at China, and Russia for letting Snowden come, and go. Does anyone, least of all China, and Russia care what upsets Schumer? Or Obama either for that matter. The man made our leadership look like amateurs, too stupid to be on the world scene. He has 4 laptops full of high security secrets, and he is allowed to go all over the world, and not one country respects America enough to hold him for our authorities. That should tell you something.
in fact, many many countries respect us enough to hold our criminals for us. you are talking about only two, so far, China and Russia, two of our longest and largest opponents on the world stage.

you really could take a 2nd grade level look at your posts before hitting the post button.
Don Joe

Maple Grove, MN

#14 Jun 24, 2013
MD Conservative wrote:
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Bush had a higher approval rating than Congress too. Your point?
We got rid of bush, we haven't gotten rid of congress yet.
Lamer

Hopkins, MN

#15 Jun 24, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>in fact, many many countries respect us enough to hold our criminals for us. you are talking about only two, so far, China and Russia, two of our longest and largest opponents on the world stage.
you really could take a 2nd grade level look at your posts before hitting the post button.
Iceland, Ecuador, Venezuela, Cuba looks like they can be added to that list as well.

Since: Mar 11

Minnesota's North Coast

#16 Jun 24, 2013
Don Joe wrote:
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We got rid of bush, we haven't gotten rid of congress yet.
is that an option in the US?

Since: Mar 11

Minnesota's North Coast

#17 Jun 24, 2013
Lamer wrote:
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Iceland, Ecuador, Venezuela, Cuba looks like they can be added to that list as well.
yes there are many countries that do not have extraditions treaties with the US most of the developed ones that do not do so because we still have the death penalty. it is not that they don't respect the US, they just respect their own moral decisions more....as they should.
lulz

Lumberton, NC

#18 Jun 24, 2013
MD Conservative wrote:
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Bush had a higher approval rating than Congress too. Your point?
now that i think of it he has a higher rate then him too. says alot itself really. when a "traitor" has more trust then many of a nations "leaders" (bleh). there just POd some guy found them out.
Lamer

Hopkins, MN

#19 Jun 24, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>yes there are many countries that do not have extraditions treaties with the US most of the developed ones that do not do so because we still have the death penalty. it is not that they don't respect the US, they just respect their own moral decisions more....as they should.
there are treaties in place for some of those on the list. But asylum would trumph extradition in this case, essecially with the charges they brought against him. I imagine it is part of the reason why they have not added "aiding the enemy" yet as that can lead to death which will only strengthen his asylum request.

Since: Mar 11

Minnesota's North Coast

#20 Jun 24, 2013
Lamer wrote:
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there are treaties in place for some of those on the list. But asylum would trumph extradition in this case, essecially with the charges they brought against him. I imagine it is part of the reason why they have not added "aiding the enemy" yet as that can lead to death which will only strengthen his asylum request.
you can't claim asylum for a felony you committed, which he did. he released classified information without authorization.
Guest

United States

#21 Jun 24, 2013
Cat74 wrote:
The Senator in N Y, Schumer, he's angry at China, and Russia for letting Snowden come, and go. Does anyone, least of all China, and Russia care what upsets Schumer? Or Obama either for that matter. The man made our leadership look like amateurs, too stupid to be on the world scene. He has 4 laptops full of high security secrets, and he is allowed to go all over the world, and not one country respects America enough to hold him for our authorities. That should tell you something.
Yea, there are four copies in China, Russia and now Cuba. He is a traitor.
Lamer

Hopkins, MN

#22 Jun 24, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>you can't claim asylum for a felony you committed, which he did. he released classified information without authorization.
You can and he is. Our extradition treaty with Ecuador has been in place since the early 70s. Now we will see if they accept it.
Guest

United States

#23 Jun 24, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>you can't claim asylum for a felony you committed, which he did. he released classified information without authorization.
He sole the information too.
Sheik Yerbouti

Doylestown, PA

#25 Jun 24, 2013
Hopefully Snowden will be able to stay in a free country that respects the privacy rights of its citizens unlike the us!

“I just hate stupid people”

Since: Apr 07

DEEP SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

#27 Jun 24, 2013
I hope he starts drip feeding information as he runs.

Since: Mar 11

Minnesota's North Coast

#28 Jun 24, 2013
Lamer wrote:
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You can and he is. Our extradition treaty with Ecuador has been in place since the early 70s. Now we will see if they accept it.
you can try, but it does not fit the bill for political asylum.

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