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Snowden, Russia and the USA?

snowdenSnowden, Russia, Cuba, China, Iceland, Venezuela and ?. What do all these countries and Snowden have uncommon? That is what we will find out soon enough and it is just right. As the US froths at the bit and tries to destroy Snowden by pulling all the strings that it can…

The smoke screens are up and the bells are ringing and the mirrors are being slid in place. Snowden is getting help from the real world as he tries to escape a death penalty from a country (USA) that itself should be held according to the same standards, that it (US) tries to persecute others over the same doings…

I hope that Snowden is coming to Moscow, Russia and I hope that he stays here. I know that he will be offered asylum, as that has already been made clear. Russia would no more turn him over to the US, “Come Fly To The Moon!” With the many Russians that the US has tossed in jail on fabricated lies to perpetrate a furthering of cold war behavior in public and private sentiments. This is just a tiny payback…

Snowden and Smoke:

A source with the Aeroflot airlines confirmed that the a man named Snowden was listed among passengers of Flight Su213 bound for Moscow. According to the source, the same passenger is to leave for Cuba on June 24 aboard Aeroflot Flight SU150…

It still strikes me as strange, at how hypocritical America is about things all over the world. It (US) is a true, “Do as I say country and not as I do country!” and that is what is making the world pull away little by little and find themselves new ways to conduct life in this wonderful world…

For to be a leader in world freedoms, liberty and justice: Then the US must lead by example…

That my friends – “We have failed miserably at!”

Post by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

The copy scores 74.2 in the Flesch Reading Ease test, which is considered fairly easy to read.

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  1. Kyle Keeton Post author | June 23, 2013

    The police at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport don’t plan to detain former CIA employee Edward Snowden when he arrives in Moscow.

    “We have not received any instructions concerning this person, however, in order to enter Russian territory he should have a valid visa,” Interfax was told at the police unit of the airport.

    Snowden to proceed to Havana, Caracas after Moscow stop

    A source with the Aeroflot airlines confirmed that the a man named Snowden was listed among passengers of Flight Su213 bound for Moscow. According to the source, the same passenger is to leave for Cuba on June 24 aboard Aeroflot Flight SU150.

    Edward Snowden, a former CIA employee charged with espionage in the United States, is flying to Cuba via Moscow, a source close to Snowden said.

    “He has departed on a direct flight for Moscow and will be there in the evening. But he will not stay in Moscow long. He discussed an option of further transit to Cuba,” the source added.

    However, Snowden will decide himself on his ultimate destination.

    “It is not known exactly where he will decide to fly to from Moscow. Maybe he will want to remain in Moscow,” the source added.

    Meanwhile, a source at Aeroflot has confirmed to Interfax that there is a passenger with the name of Snowden on the SU213 flight to Moscow.

    He said that on June 24 the same passenger is flying to Cuba on the SU150 flight.

    WikiLeaks says assists Snowden’s political asylum in ‘democratic country’

    Whistleblowing organization WikiLeaks has rallied behind Snowden and said they are assisting him in his bid for political asylum in a “democratic country.”

    The group announced on Twitter that they helped obtain “travel documents” and ensured his safe exit from Hong Kong.

    A member of the WikiLeaks legal team is also accompanying the NSA leaker on his flight to Moscow.

    HK confirms Snowden to fly through Moscow to ‘third country’

    Hong Kong has confirmed US intelligence fugitive Edward Snowden will fly through Moscow to a “third country”. A spokesperson from the Hong Kong government confirmed to press that Edward Snowden had “legally and voluntarily” left the country. Russian President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, said on Sunday that he was unaware of the location or plans of former US National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden.

    “Mr. Edward Snowden left Hong Kong today (June 23) on his own accord for a third country through a lawful and normal channel,” said the Hong Kong government in a press release. The statement also said the documents for Snowden’s extradition submitted by Washington “did not fully comply with the legal requirements under Hong Kong law.”

    “As the HKSAR Government has yet to have sufficient information to process the request for provisional warrant of arrest, there is no legal basis to restrict Mr. Snowden from leaving Hong Kong.”

    The only Aeroflot flight that arrives from Hong Kong into Moscow’s Sheremetevo airport today is at 17:05 local time (13:05 GMT).

    Snowden left lawfully ‘on his own accord’ – Hong Kong

    A spokesperson from the Hong Kong government confirmed to press that Edward Snowden had “legally and voluntarily” left the country.

    Former US intelligence technician Edward Snowden departed Hong Kong on Sunday through “legal” means, the local government confirmed.

    “Snowden today voluntarily left Hong Kong for a third country through legal and normal means,” a Hong Kong government spokesman said in a press statement.

    The statement added that Hong Kong had “not obtained adequate information” to handle a provisional arrest warrant for Snowden issued by the United States.

    Snowden leaves Hong Kong on Aeroflot flight to Moscow

    US whistleblower Edward Snowden is en route to Moscow from Hong Kong on an Aeroflot flight, reports AFP.

    Former US intelligence technician Edward Snowden is en route from Hong Kong to Moscow heading to a third destination, the South China Morning Post reported Sunday.

    “US whistleblower Edward Snowden has left Hong Kong on an Aeroflot flight to Moscow, credible sources have confirmed to the South China Morning Post,” the newspaper, which has carried exclusive interviews with Snowden in Hong Kong, said in a brief report on its website.

    “Moscow will not be his final destination,” it said, raising the possibility of Iceland or Ecuador as Snowden’s final destination.

    Kremlin unaware of Snowden’s plans

    Russian President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, said on Sunday that he was unaware of the location or plans of former US National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden.

    Snowden didn’t ask for asylum last week – Russian diplomat

    The former US intelligence worker and the man at the center of global data scooping scandal, Edward Snowden, didn’t ask Russia to grant him political asylum last week, Russia’s Itar-Tass news agency has cited an unnamed diplomatic source as saying Sunday

    “We lodged no pleas from Snowden last week and till the end of Friday,” the diplomat was quoted as saying.

    United States urges Hong Kong to act soon on Snowden extradition

    The United States pressured Hong Kong on Saturday to act soon on its request to extradite former U.S. government contractor Edward Snowden to face espionage charges.

    “If Hong Kong doesn’t act soon, it will complicate our bilateral relations and raise questions about Hong Kong’s commitment to the rule of law,” said a senior Obama administration official.

    US ‘expects’ Hong Kong to extradite NSA leaker Snowden

    The United States has gone to Hong Kong authorities seeking the extradition of Edward Snowden, a former NSA contractor who exposed secret U.S. surveillance programs, outgoing White House National Security Adviser Tom Donilon said on Saturday.

    Donilon said the White House expects Hong Kong to move forward with the extradition.

    “We believe that the charges presented, present a good case for extradition under the treaty, the extradition treaty between the United States and Hong Kong,” Donilon told CBS Radio News White House correspondent Mark Knoller. “Hong Kong has been a historically good partner of the United States in law enforcement matters, and we expect them to comply with the treaty in this case.”

    Voice of Russia, Reuters, CBS News, RT, AFP, TASS, Interfax
    Read more: http://english.ruvr.ru/news/2013_06_23/Nobody-will-detain-Snowden-at-Sheremetyevo-if-his-visa-is-alright-police-3897/

  2. Kyle Keeton Post author | June 24, 2013

    The incredible disappearing Ed Snowden? It would appear so. Is he on the plane to Havana? Maybe yes, but most likely no. Where does all this stand (beyond Washington fuming LOL!)? It looks like Snowden merely bought some more time with a bait and switch ploy. Sure hope all those western journos have some relaxing time off in Cuba! (Anyone of them left in Moscow?) Peter Lavelle

  3. blackseabrew June 25, 2013

    Fact is stranger than fiction. Giving Robert Ludlum and his Bourne series a challenge.

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