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Snowden unlikely to 'man up' in face of Espionage Act, legal adviser says

May 29, 2014 by legitgov

Snowden unlikely to 'man up' in face of Espionage Act, legal adviser says 28 May 2014 An adviser to Edward Snowden said on Wednesday that an unfair legal landscape made it unlikely that the NSA whistleblower would take US secretary of state John Kerry up on his invitation to "man up" and return to the United States. In a television appearance on Wednesday morning, Kerry said that if Snowden were a "patriot", he would return to the United States from Russia to face criminal charges. Snowden was charged last June with three felonies under the 1917 Espionage Act. "This is a man who has betrayed his country," Kerry told CBS News. "He should man up and come back to the US."

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Man Up?

May 29, 2014 by learning2, 17 weeks 5 days ago
Comment: 4146

If I were Snowden I would not return. First, I wouldn't return until our basic Constitutional Rights were restored, or rather, were actually adhered to in the U.S.A., see current example:

NAACP-led weekly "Moral Monday" demonstrations and were removed from Tillis's office, handcuffed with plastic zip-ties, and led out of the building by General Assembly police. All 14 are charged with second-degree trespassing and violation of building rules (here: http://legitgov.com/14-arrested-after-sit-NC-legislative-building).

Second, when the U.S.A. starts behaving properly internationally (I won't get into domestic policy), perhaps he may want to consider returning to the U.S.A. Who gives the U.S.A. the right to fund anyone outside the U.S.A. How many countries is the U.S.A. in now? Afganistan, Pakistan, Iran, Yeman... now they are publically acknowledging Africa, and, I have to mention Isreal while starving Palistine. The Corporate/Government International policy does not represent the People of the U.S.A. in the very least. And U.S.A. actions outside the U.S.A.? Iraq, Palistine, Yeman, Ukraine, and on and on and on and on...

Last, but the the least, nor the remaining issue for there are far too many to list, when we get a 'man' in office that represents the People of the U.S.A., perhaps Snowden may consider returning to the U.S.A.

I know there are many, many U.S.A. citizens that were born in the U.S.A. who would move if they had any coins of value to rub together who would get the hell out of the U.S.A.

This government and its Corporate sponsors have created this fiasco. Many, many, many are just awaiting the collapse which seems to be in plain view now.

Man Up? Its another joke, of course!

 

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