Snowden’s case in the actuality


On the other part, Snowden dismisses allegations that he is working for Russia. “This Russian spy push is absurd” he said in an interview. Referring to his actual condition he added: “Spies get treated better than that.”
The most recent position on Snowden’s situation is the affirmation of the US Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. that the United States was willing to discuss how Snowden’s case will be handled only if Snowden pleaded guilty first. He reiterated already that the United States was not willing to offer clemency to Snowden considering his actions a criminal case.
Some political representatives affirmed their opinion. One of them, the Republican Senator Rand Paul said: “I think, really, in the end, history’s going to judge that he revealed great abuses of our government and great abuses of our intelligence community.”
The legal advisor of Snowden – Jesselyn Radack – has an optimistic perspective saying: “I absolutely think the tide has changed for Snowden. All of these things taken together counsel in favor of some sort of amnesty or pardon.”
Snowden was granted temporary asylum in Russia last August. He believes that his actions have helped America.


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