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Venezuela offers NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden asylum

Edward Snowden has asylum in Venezuela, but he hasn't been seen since he has left Hong Kong

| Current Affairs News | Posted: Jul 6, 2013 5:28 am

Edward Snowden has been enjoyed the cold Russian landscape for a few days now, with WikiLeaks' legal advisor, Sarah Harrison, submitting asylum applications and requests for asylum assistance to a bunch of different countries.

 

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The NSA whistleblower has found asylum in Venezuela, with President Nicolas Maduro stating during a parade that they've rejected US requests for extradition and will offer Snowden political and humanitarian asylum. Yet, no one has seen Snowden since Hong Kong. I don't know why he wouldn't have a video out by now - and I'm sure he knows how to cover his tracks, anyway.

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