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Snowden Dead or Alive: US wants him back…

spyOkay folks: We have only seen the beginning of Snowden and what he has for data. Believe you me, Russia, China and everyone who is helping him, has a copy of this data. This is huge and is going to cause some serious backlash in the world. Snowden has money and the means to stay safe only because he has so much information on the USA, that he is in demand right now. This is past, present and future data and there is multiple copies of it just waiting for the word, “Go!” We have seen just enough to make everyone know that it is interesting…

Russia said before today that he was safe and under control of the FSB. Where he will end up is anyone’s guess and that is just right! The US wants the man preferably dead and alive, only if it is an accident and we missed killing him. The US also wants all that data that he has also. But that is too late: Sorry Charlie…

It is called the “Nut Shell Game,” “Switch and Bait” and “Smoke and Mirrors.”

This is a huge issue people and we can not let it be shoved aside like yesterdays – “Tiger Woods…”

Part of what happened in the last G8 meeting has to do with this issue plus Snowden. Putin is playing chess and as we all know America only knows how to play checkers…

The skeletons in the US closet have just been seen. It is a new reality show and payback time is coming…

We Americans should be shoving all this crap right up our politicians asses…

Post by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…


  1. blackseabrew June 24, 2013

    Of course nothing on the news this morning except for Trayvon Martin. Just saw a twitter attributed to Justin Amash. He has charged the US federal government with espionage. )

  2. Kyle Keeton Post author | June 24, 2013

    Well the news here is slam packed with information and RT is being slaughtered with Americans right now. RT is rubbing a live blog about it and the Russian news is burning up the airwaves. He is still in Russia, as we write this. I hope Putin keeps him here! He is being guided by some powerful people right now. I see money behind all this and get ready for some news has leaked that he has some big data leaks available. Wikileaks is wetting their pants at the thought of all this… 🙂

  3. Kyle Keeton Post author | June 25, 2013

    U.S. intelligence agencies are worried they do not yet know how much highly sensitive material is in the possession of former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, whose whereabouts are unclear, several U.S. officials said.

    The agencies fear that Snowden may have taken many more documents than officials initially estimated and that his alliance with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange increases the likelihood that they will be made public without considering the security implications, they said.

    Investigators believe Snowden, who was working in Hawaii for an NSA contractor, was partly successful at covering his tracks as he accessed a broad array of information about operations conducted by NSA and its British equivalent, Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), according to the sources, who declined to be identified.

    In a weekend television appearance, the chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Senator Dianne Feinstein, said she had been informed by U.S. officials that Snowden possessed around 200 secret documents.

    But one non-government source familiar with Snowden’s materials said that Feinstein grossly understated the size of Snowden’s document haul and that he left for Hong Kong with thousands of documents copied from the NSA files.

    Two U.S. national security sources that were among the people Reuters spoke to confirmed that investigators believe Snowden possesses a substantial amount of secret material, though they declined to discuss numbers.

    So far, the Guardian and the Washington Post have not published all the details of the documents that Snowden gave them.

  4. Kyle Keeton Post author | June 25, 2013

    Washington’s allegations over US fugitive Edward Snowden are ‘unacceptable’ as he never crossed the Russian border, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has said. As a consequence, any attempt to accuse or threaten Moscow by the US is unfounded.

    “Russia has nothing to do with Snowden’s movements, he chose his route himself and didn’t cross the Russian border,” said Lavrov, responding to a question by RT’s correspondent at a press conference with the Algerian foreign minister.

    According the Reuters sources at Sheremetevo airport, Snowden arrived on Sunday with a valid ticket to Havana on Monday which he did not use. He is reportedly not able to cross the Russian border because he is not in possession of a valid visa.

    “For this reason we consider all attempts to accuse Russia of violating American law and conspiring against the US unfounded and unacceptable,” stress Lavrov, adding that the Kremlin does not tolerate threats.

    Lavrov’s statements follow strong US rhetoric threatening consequences if Moscow does not comply with the US extradition order against Snowden under the espionage act.

    “We expect the Russian government to look at all options available to expel Mr. Snowden back to the US to face justice for the crimes with which he is charged,” White House National Security Council spokeswoman Caitlin Hayden stressed on Sunday, when Snowden reportedly arrived in Moscow.

  5. Kyle Keeton Post author | June 26, 2013

    A trove of classified documents supplied to The Guardian newspaper by NSA leaker Edward Snowden has been copied and shared with several people around the globe, journalist Glenn Greenwald told The Daily Beast on Tuesday.

    Greenwald, the Guardian reporter who first began publishing National Security Agency documents earlier this month after meeting with the former intelligence contractor, told journalist Eli Lake that Snowden made arrangements to ensure others around the world have encrypted copies of that information should any circumstances allow the data or its source to be compromised.

    Snowden “has taken extreme precautions to make sure many different people around the world have these archives to insure the stories will inevitably be published,” Greenwald said. He added that the files are “highly encrypted” and corresponding passwords to render them readable have not yet been distributed.

    According to Lake, Greenwald said, “if anything happens at all to Edward Snowden, he told me he has arranged for them to get access to the full archives.” Greenwald previously claimed that Snowden provided him with the archives of “thousands” of documents, dozens of which he considered to be newsworthy. Revelations published thus far by The Guardian and attributed to Snowden have generated international headlines and responses from presidential administrations worldwide.

    The latest news from Greenwald comes in the midst of an international manhunt for Snowden that has made awkward the relations between the United States and other nations around the globe. The US unsealed an indictment against Snowden on Friday, but has been unable to extradite him to the country where he faces charges of espionage.

    Snowden was reportedly in Hong Kong at the time his indictment went public and was alleged to be in Moscow hours later. Representatives for US President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin both say Snowden is in Moscow, and the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks says the leaker has sought asylum from Ecuador, Iceland and perhaps elsewhere.

    “We are aware of where Mr. Snowden is,” WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange said in a conference call on Monday. “He is in a safe place and his spirits are high. Due to the bellicose threats coming from the US administration we cannot go into further detail at this time.”

    The US has lambasted Hong Kong with failing to comply with what America considers a lawful arrest, and Russia will not cooperate with attempts for extradition. White House press secretary Jay Carney said earlier this week that Hong Kong’s failure to act has already strained the relationship between the US and China.

    Another relationship — the one between Snowden and Greenwald — has begun to emerge as a contested topic within the conversation as well in recent days. The possibility of charging Greenwald with publishing the classified documents has been discussed by politicians, pundits and the press, and the he told The Daily Beast that he’s likely having his every move watched by Washington.

    “I would be shocked if the US government were not trying to access the information on my computer,” Greenwald said. “I carry my computers and data with me everywhere I go.”

    Elsewhere in his interview with Lake, Greenwald explained that one potential lapse almost led to the loss of the intelligence.

    “When I was in Hong Kong, I spoke to my partner in Rio via Skype and told him I would send an electronic encrypted copy of the documents,” Greenwald said. “I did not end up doing it. Two days later his laptop was stolen from our house and nothing else was taken. Nothing like that has happened before. I am not saying it’s connected to this, but obviously the possibility exists.”

  6. blackseabrew June 27, 2013

    The political establishment and specifically the media are going out of their way to call for Snowden’s prosecution and in some cases execution. I don’t think Greenwald will be far behind. For Obama’s folks to do it just goes to show how much the Republicrats and Democans are one and the same. Disgusting!

    I don’t want anyone hurt, imprisoned or executed over this NSA business. Which was started by the paranoid big-government types. It’s time for it to end and the tax-dollars wasted over this nonsense to remain in our pockets to spend on the good things in life….like a little bit of that vodka hooch you blog about….;-)

  7. Kyle Keeton Post author | June 27, 2013


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