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    Re: After 43 years, activists admit theft of FBI office that exposed domestic spying

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Really! Your proof of that?
    Where's he living right now? In RUSSIA?
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    At least Bill saved his transgressions for grown women. Not suggesting what he did was OK. But he didn't chase 14 year olds.

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    Re: After 43 years, activists admit theft of FBI office that exposed domestic spying

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    The Russians gave him a safe haven. You think they didn't copy every document he had, in exchange?
    You really didn't pay close attention. Ed Snowden doesn't have the documents. You think he's running around with nearly two million documents (who knows how large each one is) on his person. That would certainly make him a target. Glenn Greenwald said that they made three copies and stashed them in three different locations around the world, ok? Furthermore, they contain little in the way of interest to the Russians because they are more focused on what the NSA does verses how. And then finally. Glenn Greenwald made clear way back at the beginning that the Gaurdian attorneys as well as attorneys from at least one outside source has looked over everything to be released to ensure that nothing that is released will be damaging to our countries national security. You STILL seem to fail to realise that Edward Snowden didn't set out to damage America. He set out to alert the American public to the fact that a government agency is violating our fourth amendment rights in a most egregious manner. That is what he has stated from the beginning. In contrast, you are unable to prove any of your claims about him.

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    Re: After 43 years, activists admit theft of FBI office that exposed domestic spying

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    Where's he living right now? In RUSSIA?
    Oh, we'll that's certainly PROOF that Russia has copied all the documents.

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    Re: After 43 years, activists admit theft of FBI office that exposed domestic spying

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    You really didn't pay close attention. Ed Snowden doesn't have the documents. You think he's running around with nearly two million documents (who knows how large each one is) on his person. That would certainly make him a target. Glenn Greenwald said that they made three copies and stashed them in three different locations around the world, ok? Furthermore, they contain little in the way of interest to the Russians because they are more focused on what the NSA does verses how. And then finally. Glenn Greenwald made clear way back at the beginning that the Gaurdian attorneys as well as attorneys from at least one outside source has looked over everything to be released to ensure that nothing that is released will be damaging to our countries national security. You STILL seem to fail to realise that Edward Snowden didn't set out to damage America. He set out to alert the American public to the fact that a government agency is violating our fourth amendment rights in a most egregious manner. That is what he has stated from the beginning. In contrast, you are unable to prove any of your claims about him.
    So, Snowden has zero acess to the information?
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    Re: After 43 years, activists admit theft of FBI office that exposed domestic spying

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Oh, we'll that's certainly PROOF that Russia has copied all the documents.
    The Russians got something in return for giving him sanctuary. Lets employ a little common sense.
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    At least Bill saved his transgressions for grown women. Not suggesting what he did was OK. But he didn't chase 14 year olds.

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    Re: After 43 years, activists admit theft of FBI office that exposed domestic spying

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    So, Snowden has zero acess to the information?
    So you didn't even read the post you quoted, that figures, you have your bias and your sticking to it. I'm sorry about that.

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    Re: After 43 years, activists admit theft of FBI office that exposed domestic spying

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    The Russians got something in return for giving him sanctuary. Lets employ a little common sense.
    Sure, a stick in Obama's eye, nothing more. Now, have you any evidence that Edward Snowden gave anything to the Russian government that would put our safety at risk. If so please post it for me.

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    Re: After 43 years, activists admit theft of FBI office that exposed domestic spying

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Sure, a stick in Obama's eye, nothing more. Now, have you any evidence that Edward Snowden gave anything to the Russian government that would put our safety at risk. If so please post it for me.
    Put our dafety at risk? I don't know. Give acess to everything he had? You betcha.
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    Re: After 43 years, activists admit theft of FBI office that exposed domestic spying

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    Put our dafety at risk? I don't know. Give acess to everything he had? You betcha.
    Proof??

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    Re: After 43 years, activists admit theft of FBI office that exposed domestic spying

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Oh goodness. Exposing wrong doing has protection under the law. As a
    business owner, I can tell you that it cannot be sanctioned.
    Its not up to you or any one else to personally decide which laws are worthy of breaking and which ones need to be obeyed.

    You people still don't get it.

    These clowns shouldn't get a pass because they appeal to your personal political position.

    We elect representives to decide whats legal and whats not, not provate citizens with an axe to grind.

    They should be brought up on charges and face Jury of their peers and if they truly had conviction, they would have turned themself in years ago.

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