Man on the Run:Us Lawmakers Warn Potential Snowden Havens

Jun 23, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Fox News

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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Jun 25, 2013
 
And that happened with a republican.

Republicans and recession?

Like white on rice.

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http://www.eutimes.net/2011/12/china-joins-ru...
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A grim Ministry of Defense bulletin issued to Prime Minister Putin and President Medvedev today states that President Hu has “agreed in principal” that the only way to stop the West’s aggression led by the United States is through “direct and immediate military action” and that the Chinese leader has ordered his Naval Forces to “prepare for warfare.”
Hu’s call for war joins Chinese Rear Admiral and prominent military commentator Zhang Zhaozhong who, likewise, warned this past week that:“China will not hesitate to protect Iran even with a Third World War,” and Russian General Nikolai Makarov who grimly stated last week:“I do not rule out local and regional armed conflicts developing into a large-scale war, including using nuclear weapons.”
A new US intelligence report has also stated that China has up to 3000 nuclear weapons compared with general estimates of between 80 and 400. To further pour more gasoline on the fire, the Washington Times has just reported that North Korea is making missile able to hit the US.
The raising of global tensions between the East and West was exploded this past fortnight when Russian Ambassador Vladimir Titorenko and two of his aides retuning from Syria were brutally assaulted and put in hospital by Qatar security forces allegedly aided by CIA and British MI6 agents attempting to gain access to diplomatic pouches containing information from Syrian intelligence that the United States was flooding Syria and Iran with the same US-backed al Qaida mercenaries who toppled the Libyan government.
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get ready folks, it's sounds like it's pretty much a done deal.
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<quoted text>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)
You think Putin will let him go?

More than likely Snowden hasn't been to sleep since he landed in Russia. He is in a locked interrogation room. Probably even some water boarding going on. When he is finished spilling his guts they might let him go but unlikely. They know he will talk, look what he did to his own country, why let him go so he can talk about his treatment in Russia?

Before its over with, Snowden will be wishing he was back in America.
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http://www.eutimes.net/2011/12 /china-joins-russia-orders-mil itary-to-prepare-for-world-war -iii/
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A grim Ministry of Defense bulletin issued to Prime Minister Putin and President Medvedev today states that President Hu has “agreed in principal” that the only way to stop the West’s aggression led by the United States is through “direct and immediate military action” and that the Chinese leader has ordered his Naval Forces to “prepare for warfare.”
Hu’s call for war joins Chinese Rear Admiral and prominent military commentator Zhang Zhaozhong who, likewise, warned this past week that:“China will not hesitate to protect Iran even with a Third World War,” and Russian General Nikolai Makarov who grimly stated last week:“I do not rule out local and regional armed conflicts developing into a large-scale war, including using nuclear weapons.”
A new US intelligence report has also stated that China has up to 3000 nuclear weapons compared with general estimates of between 80 and 400. To further pour more gasoline on the fire, the Washington Times has just reported that North Korea is making missile able to hit the US.
The raising of global tensions between the East and West was exploded this past fortnight when Russian Ambassador Vladimir Titorenko and two of his aides retuning from Syria were brutally assaulted and put in hospital by Qatar security forces allegedly aided by CIA and British MI6 agents attempting to gain access to diplomatic pouches containing information from Syrian intelligence that the United States was flooding Syria and Iran with the same US-backed al Qaida mercenaries who toppled the Libyan government.
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get ready folks, it's sounds like it's pretty much a done deal.
Yea, if it were only December 2011 when that article came out.

You make this too easy.
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<quoted text>Proof! Everything Liberals do is bad for America.
So no proof. Just empty rhetoric.

Thanks for playing.

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Yea, if it were only December 2011 when that article came out.
You make this too easy.
so you don't believe it's happening?
well, that's a relief.

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I posted this article because it shows the WHY about Snowdens choices while on the lam.

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I bet the Zionist who pull the strings are shytting their pants right now.
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The Government has no idea where Edward Snowden is, or what he is doing, or what secrets he has in his possession. Our President, and his affirmative action government is a total failure, and they don't seem to care. As long as they are getting their vacations, enough wine, and porno life is good, and to Hell with the rest of us!! Maybe that is the best plan. As long as they are our of the country, getting drunk, and watching porno they can't be doing any more damage to our great country. Snowden on the other hand can keep hacking our secrets until he has a guaranteed long life. Ecuador said today if he seeks asylum it will be considered.
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Snowdon told us something we wouldn't know, so I hope he gets away. If Obama is too dumb to catch him , then he deserves all that happens.
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Russia will probably treat him good, just to stick it to Obama. Obama is to dumb to catch him, he needs Bush's intelligence gathering-like with Osama. If Obama was so smart in getting somone like Osama, why can't he get a peon like Snowdon? LOL
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Hiring screeners at Booz Allen Hamilton, a contractor for the National Security Agency, found possible discrepancies in a resume submitted by Edward Snowden, but the company still employed him, a source with detailed knowledge of the matter said on Thursday.

Before he was hired by Booz Allen Hamilton, Snowden also was screened by USIS, a Virginia-based investigations firm hired separately by the U.S. government to conduct background checks on prospective employees and contractors. Based on reports from firms such as USIS, the NSA decides whether a potential contract worker gets a security clearance.

Despite that, Booz Allen Hamilton hired him at an annual salary of $122,000 to work as a contractor for the NSA in Hawaii. Snowden had been on the job there for about four weeks when he traveled to Hong Kong last month and leaked the U.S. government secrets that made him known around the world.

Teabaggers thirst to privatize everything returns to bite them in the ass.

AGAIN.

Poor teabaggers.
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<quoted text>you can try, but it does not fit the bill for political asylum.
guess we will see. You said he cant get asylum with a felony but there is nothing in the extradition treaty that says anything about a felony. And if Ecuador says no, he still has russia, iceland, venezuela amoung others.
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Russia will probably treat him good, just to stick it to Obama. Obama is to dumb to catch him, he needs Bush's intelligence gathering-like with Osama. If Obama was so smart in getting somone like Osama, why can't he get a peon like Snowdon? LOL
"Bush's intelligence gathering-like with Osama"?

The most important thing is for us to find Osama bin Laden. It is our number one priority and we will not rest until we find him." --George Bush -- Washington, D.C., Sept. 13, 2001

"I don't know where bin Laden is. I have no idea and really don't care. It's not that important. It's not our priority." -- George Bush -- Washington, D.C., March 13, 2002

Poor teabagger.
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Snowdon told us something we wouldn't know, so I hope he gets away. If Obama is too dumb to catch him , then he deserves all that happens.
So all this time you thought everything you did on the Internet was private?
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So all this time you thought everything you did on the Internet was private?
seeing how the supereme court has ruled we have an expectation of privacy; yes some of what we do should be private. Your communications should be federaly protected the same way your snail mail is. It is why I use VPNs and encryption.

And giving info to a private corp is much different than giving it to the biggest spy apperatus in the history of the world.
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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit held in 2010 that users did have a reasonable expectation of privacy in the contents of their e-mail in United States v. Warshak, although no other court of appeals has followed suit.
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<quoted text>seeing how the supereme court has ruled we have an expectation of privacy; yes some of what we do should be private. Your communications should be federaly protected the same way your snail mail is. It is why I use VPNs and encryption.

And giving info to a private corp is much different than giving it to the biggest spy apperatus in the history of the world.
They followed the law, don't act like everything they do is illegal.
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They followed the law, don't act like everything they do is illegal.
No, they didn't follow the law. That is the problem. Just because congress passes a bill, and the president signs it, doesn't mean it is constitutional. The government is not all powerful and it doesn't get to just make any law it likes. They are supposed to be constrained by the constitution and when they make laws directly in conflict with the constitution, those laws are supposed to become null and void.

When, as in this case, the government makes secret laws in direct conflict with the constitution, it takes some effort to overturn that law and support the constitution. The first task is to let the public know about these unconstitutional laws so the government can be brought back into line with the constitution. Of course there were rumors about the government spying on everybody all the time, but now we have direct evidence.

Here is the text of the fourth amendment to the constitution:

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

How can anyone reconcile this right of the people with the government reading everyone's mail and listening to every phone conversation?
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They followed the law, don't act like everything they do is illegal.
I do not recall every saying it was but now that you brought it up;

none of you have seen the FISA judgement. And according to the docs Snowden leaked to Greenwald, the FISA court deemed parts of them unconstitutional but the NSA kept on going as the judgements are sealed so no one would ever know.

The FISA court just earlier this week ruled to let some of those judgements be available through freedom of info request even though the DOJ and DOD were trying to block the court from doing so.

Im sure we will be learning more about that soon. Also, its clear Clapper (head NSA spook) has been lying to congress on a regular basis now so if they are following the law then why is he lying?
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"Bush's intelligence gathering-like with Osama"?
The most important thing is for us to find Osama bin Laden. It is our number one priority and we will not rest until we find him." --George Bush -- Washington, D.C., Sept. 13, 2001
"I don't know where bin Laden is. I have no idea and really don't care. It's not that important. It's not our priority." -- George Bush -- Washington, D.C., March 13, 2002
Poor teabagger.
Bush made it easy for Obama to find his bro. He's so smart why can't he find Snowden? LOL

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