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    The ridiculous witch hunt against Snowden.

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    I believe the important thing is retrieving his laptops which apparently contain large amounts of information harmful in the hands of our enemies. Recovering them may limit the damage.

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    I know! What if they fall in the hands of *gasp* immigrants?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benvolio View Post
    I believe the important thing is retrieving his laptops which apparently contain large amounts of information harmful in the hands of our enemies. Recovering them may limit the damage.
    Misinformation is a handy tool for certain agencies familiar with character assassination.

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    This newspaper article sheds some light on allegations - unsubstantiated - appearing in a newspaper respected for its liberal outlook.

    I'm amazed at the amount of time and energy certain agencies are employing to defame Edward Snowden despite which public opinion in the United States would appear according to polls to be moving towards support for Snowden's revelations:

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisf...na?INTCMP=SRCH

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    This might be one of the reasons:

    Revealed: how Microsoft handed the NSA access to encrypted messages

    • Secret files show scale of Silicon Valley co-operation on Prism
    • Outlook.com encryption unlocked even before official launch
    • Skype worked to enable Prism collection of video calls
    • Company says it is legally compelled to comply

    Microsoft has collaborated closely with US intelligence services to allow users' communications to be intercepted, including helping the National Security Agency to circumvent the company's own encryption, according to top-secret documents obtained by the Guardian.
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013...tion-user-data

    Mr. Snowden seems to be able to put the lie to the intelligence establishment and defenders.

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    Re: The ridiculous witch hunt against Snowden.

    Quote Originally Posted by newbored View Post
    Those articles don't provide details of anything. They provide someone's opinion piece on what they view the issues as.

    Quote Originally Posted by kallipolis View Post
    This newspaper article sheds some light on allegations - unsubstantiated - appearing in a newspaper respected for its liberal outlook.

    I'm amazed at the amount of time and energy certain agencies are employing to defame Edward Snowden despite which public opinion in the United States would appear according to polls to be moving towards support for Snowden's revelations:

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisf...na?INTCMP=SRCH
    So now you're demanding evidence? Where is the evidence Americans have been spied on? Where are the phone calls they've been listening in on? Where are the e-mails they've been amassing? I'm all for evidence. So because Snowden, a proven liar, says that China and Russia didn't get anything, it must be true? The only thing that article got right was that there is no evidence that China and Russia got anything from Snowden, and that's because they don't have Snowdens leaking their information. They get put down at the airport, if not before. I can assure you that Russia and China have everything they need from Snowden, whether he willingly gave it up or not.

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    So now you're demanding evidence? Where is the evidence Americans have been spied on? Where are the phone calls they've been listening in on? Where are the e-mails they've been amassing? I'm all for evidence. So because Snowden, a proven liar, says that China and Russia didn't get anything, it must be true? The only thing that article got right was that there is no evidence that China and Russia got anything from Snowden, and that's because they don't have Snowdens leaking their information. They get put down at the airport, if not before. I can assure you that Russia and China have everything they need from Snowden, whether he willingly gave it up or not.
    Keep on denying. Keep on stonewalling. The agency must be happy with your input.It would appear that the American general public is beginning to wake up to the fact that their NSA is snooping on them despite the daily denials.....despite your daily, repetitive declarations that civil servants and military personnel never lie.

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    [...]No sooner had the Obama administration described Fox News reporter James Rosen as a "co-conspirator" along with a source who had related information deemed classified as background on a rather innocuous story about North Korea, then Regimist "journalists" began straining at the bit to try this novel bit of legal theory out.

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    [...]The French denied it, and then acknowledged it: the Portuguese claimed "technical" reasons, the Spanish outright lied about it, and the Italians weren’t saying much: 48 hours after Bolivian President Evo Morales was "kidnapped by imperialism," as his Foreign Minister put it, and refused overflight rights upon returning from a conference in Moscow, the explanation for why his plane was stopped in mid-flight and forced to turn around got even murkier.

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    Statement by Edward Snowden to human rights groups at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport
    July 12, 2013

    http://wikileaks.org/Statement-by-Ed...nowden-to.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by kallipolis View Post
    Keep on denying. Keep on stonewalling. The agency must be happy with your input.It would appear that the American general public is beginning to wake up to the fact that their NSA is snooping on them despite the daily denials.....despite your daily, repetitive declarations that civil servants and military personnel never lie.
    And you keep on making lofty claims without any evidence and keep on your witch hunt demanding people prove a negative. "It's not my job to prove you're doing something wrong. It's your job to prove you aren't doing something wrong." That may work in Greece, but the US was founded on the principles of guilt, not innocence, needing to be proven.

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    Re: The ridiculous witch hunt against Snowden.

    Quote Originally Posted by palbert View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Edward Snowden
    I also had the capability without any warrant to search for, seize, and read your communications. Anyone’s communications at any time.
    He makes the claim yet again without any proof or evidence he, or anyone for that matter, ever had the ability to do this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigerfan482 View Post
    And you keep on making lofty claims without any evidence and keep on your witch hunt demanding people prove a negative. "It's not my job to prove you're doing something wrong. It's your job to prove you aren't doing something wrong." That may work in Greece, but the US was founded on the principles of guilt, not innocence, needing to be proven.
    This. So much this.
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    S. American states to recall ambassadors from Europe over Bolivian plane incident

    The decision to recall European ambassadors was taken by Venezuela’s head of state, Nicolas Maduro, Argentina’s President Cristina Fernandez, Brazilian President Dilma Rouseff, and Uruguay’s President, Jose Mujica, during the meeting
    http://rt.com/news/mercosur-countrie...rs-europe-030/

    It seems that the US' frolic and banter continues to redound against it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by palbert View Post
    http://rt.com/news/mercosur-countrie...rs-europe-030/

    It seems that the US' frolic and banter continues to redound against it.
    It would seem that way, except none of them have withdrawn their ambassadors to the US and neither have they expelled the US ambassadors to their countries. Seems as if their usual bluster will continue, but they won't actually follow through with anything because they rely too heavily on the US to support their economies.

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    Barack Obama's Administration's threats against Latin American countries:

    http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/07...nowden-asylum/

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    Absurd and deranged:

    American embassies have relayed Washington’s message that allowing Snowden into Latin America, “even if he shows up unexpectedly, would have lasting consequences.”
    “If someone thinks things would go away, it won’t be the case,” the official further added.
    Last edited by newbored; July 12th, 2013 at 11:32 PM.

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    http://www.counterpunch.org/2013/07/...n-asylum-saga/

    First in the techniques of rendition, waterboarding, habeas-corpus suspension, data-mining, overall contempt for civil liberties, and presided over by the “Assassination” President who authorizes aerial murder at his Tuesday evening soirees with a stellar cast of national-security advisers, all with a supine, bankrupt Left looking idly on. With a national resume like that, the only surprise is not ordering a Special Ops mission to Moscow to kidnap Snowden.
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    Quote Originally Posted by newbored View Post
    Absurd and deranged
    Hey, if Latin American countries want to wave their abilities to grant Snowden asylum in our faces, then we have every right to wave the fact that their economies are built on the US in their's. They have every right to grant Snowden asylum and we have every right not to do business with them in the future. Life is all about choices and consequences. The only thing absurd and deranged is Snowden and these countries thinking they'll try to give the US a black eye and suffer no consequences for it.


    Beautiful opinion piece. Absolutely nothing of substance.

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    Somewhere along the way we will contract with Mossad to extract him. That way the US and Russia have plausible deniability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by palbert View Post
    Somewhere along the way we will contract with Mossad to extract him. That way the US and Russia have plausible deniability.
    The powers that be in the United States are expending an enormous amount of energy to isolate Snowden...I can only imagine that the embarrassment that the NSA has experienced, and continues to suffer could well have been avoided if the entire matter had been handled in a much subtler manner...but of course the "big guns" are demanding retribution, and so it continues....rather like a soap opera....only it's the military/industrial complex proving to the world how inadequate they truly are when failing to silence a solitary, former employee.

    This saga could easily be turned into a comic strip with Edward Snowden as the geek hero standing up to the malevolent forces of evil also known as the NSA. I'd nominate James Franco to play the role of Snowden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kallipolis View Post
    The powers that be in the United States are expending an enormous amount of energy to isolate Snowden...I can only imagine that the embarrassment that the NSA has experienced, and continues to suffer could well have been avoided if the entire matter had been handled in a much subtler manner...but of course the "big guns" are demanding retribution, and so it continues....rather like a soap opera....only it's the military/industrial complex proving to the world how inadequate they truly are when failing to silence a solitary, former employee.

    This saga could easily be turned into a comic strip with Edward Snowden as the geek hero standing up to the malevolent forces of evil also known as the NSA. I'd nominate James Franco to play the role of Snowden.
    So are you saying it would be ok for the US to use more lethal means of silencing him? For being so heavily involved in violating rights, droning people, and breaking the law like some claim, they sure are going out of their way to apprehend him legally within the framework of the law. Of all people to exercise their might on, this would be the guy - were the US actually in the business of flagrantly disregarding the law.

    And yes, they are expending a lot of energy because a) it's their job - it's what they do and b) this guy is running around with laptops full of secrets. I'd imagine they want those back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigerfan482 View Post
    So are you saying it would be ok for the US to use more lethal means of silencing him?
    No.......................

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    Maybe we will give up hounding Snowden when we surrender Luis Posada Carrilles to Venezuelan and Cuban authorities.

    Posada has been convicted in absentia in Panama, of involvement in various terrorist attacks and plots in the Americas, including: involvement in the 1976 bombing of a Cuban airliner that killed seventy-three people; admitted involvement in a string of bombings in 1997 targeting fashionable Cuban hotels and nightspots; involvement in the Bay of Pigs invasion; and involvement in the Iran-Contra affair. .... Posada Carriles has always denied involvement in the airline bombing and the alleged plot against Castro in Panama, but has admitted to fighting for "freedom" in Cuba.
    And, of course, Carrilles just happened to be our CIA agent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by palbert View Post
    Maybe we will give up hounding Snowden when we surrender Luis Posada Carrilles to Venezuelan and Cuban authorities.



    And, of course, Carrilles just happened to be our CIA agent.
    What a ridiculously childish premise. So Snowden was a active Russian Agent when he committed his acts of treason?
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    Quote Originally Posted by palbert View Post
    Maybe we will give up hounding Snowden when we surrender Luis Posada Carrilles to Venezuelan and Cuban authorities.



    And, of course, Carrilles just happened to be our CIA agent.
    Why do you think these countries are offering him asylum? They're just going to offer him up as a trade for someone we have. They don't care for Snowden any more than they care for the US. They'll welcome him with open arms, confiscate his computers, and trade him to the US.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayHawk View Post
    What a ridiculously childish premise. So Snowden was a active Russian Agent when he committed his acts of treason?
    Nice to know I've aged so well.

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    http://original.antiwar.com/justin/2.../the-prisoner/

    as [an] Scott Horton interview with McClatchy’s Jonathan Landay lays out in some detail, the Obama administration is in the midst of a "security" clampdown in its own ranks. Non-classified information ordinarily available to the media is now inaccessible and an internal spying regime has been instituted, which encourages government employees to report on each other for "suspicious" behavior.

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    http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2013/06/2...l#.Uez-qM2rzZd

    Even before a former U.S. intelligence contractor exposed the secret collection of Americans’ phone records, the Obama administration was pressing a government-wide crackdown on security threats that requires federal employees to keep closer tabs on their co-workers and exhorts managers to punish those who fail to report their suspicions.

    President Barack Obama’s unprecedented initiative, known as the Insider Threat Program, is sweeping in its reach[...]

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    http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2013/07/0...l#.Uez_Vs2rzZd

    [...]the government’s top scientific advisers have questioned these techniques. Those experts say that trying to predict future acts through behavioral monitoring is unproven and could result in illegal ethnic and racial profiling and privacy violations.[...]

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    Wow newbored. Those are all fancy (and biased) ways of saying that the government has asked its employees to basically say something if you see something. As the article noted, many of the past espionage cases had signs that co-workers saw and never reported because they didn't think twice about them. The purpose of the Insider Threat campaign is to teach people some common signs of those who commit espionage (sudden change in spending habits, sudden change in work quality and attendance, sudden change in normal behavior, etc.) and the proper way to report them. Leaks are damaging to national security, require lots of extra time and money to investigate and recover from, and can put people at risk. This program aims to increase vigilance and really act as a deterrent to those who may be considering breaking the law.

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    Re: The ridiculous witch hunt against Snowden.

    The BBC is reporting that Snowden has been granted temporary asylum.

    US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden has left the Moscow airport where he has been staying since June, his lawyer told the BBC.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-euro...24#TWEET841660

    The Voice of Russia says a "source" confirms this.

    http://english.ruvr.ru/2013_08_01/Sn...port-RIA-3721/

    NBC reports that the temporary asylum is for one year; he has gone to an undisclosed location.

    http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2...ed-russia?lite

    WikiLeaks:

    WikiLeaks ‏@wikileaks 2m
    Edward Snowden was granted temporary asylum in Russia for a year and has now left Moscow airport under the care of WikiLeaks' Sarah Harrison

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    Anyone have a package of cookies or porn that you want us to drop off for him next week?

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    I wonder if Putin thinks he can pump Snowden for info or is he doing it to piss off the WH since its obviously knows we want him back.
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    I imagine that Russia is buying what Snowden knows...particularly if and as it pertains to the Kremlin. Once they've got what they want...they'll probably poison him with radioactive dust like they love to do.

    I wonder if he's finished Crime and Punishment yet....or whether like most of us...he finally found that wallowing in an existential wasteland of despair only drives him to drink more Vodka.

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    I cant help but be terribly amused by his sense of 'freedom' and human rights. Russia. LOL Putin Muzzled him at least so he can use the information the proper way one uses espionage gained materials - under the radar to leverage your opponent. So we shouldn't see any more Guardian gotcha pieces except for what they make up out of thin air to accompany the other articles where they constructed to truth to their liking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rareboy View Post
    Anyone have a package of cookies or porn that you want us to drop off for him next week?
    A bottle of Wyborowa Vodka would be thoughtful.

    Or better yet Maine's own potato vodka, Cold River.

    And a kiss.

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    Re: The ridiculous witch hunt against Snowden.

    What I found on the interwebz today:

    Headlines:

    Snowden incognito.

    Palin says invade Cognito.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayHawk View Post
    I cant help but be terribly amused by his sense of 'freedom' and human rights. Russia. LOL Putin Muzzled him at least so he can use the information the proper way one uses espionage gained materials - under the radar to leverage your opponent. So we shouldn't see any more Guardian gotcha pieces except for what they make up out of thin air to accompany the other articles where they constructed to truth to their liking.
    I think it's more along the lines of Russia is doing the same thing the US is and they don't want the methods getting out and ruin what they're doing to other countries.

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