Former NSA contractor, Edward Snowden, is thought to be in Russia. President of Russia, Vladmir Putin stated Snowden is in the Moscow Airport and his government will not extradite him to America for leaking the existence of a two illegal NSA programs spying on the American people and world nations. Hong Kong and China have also refused to get involved in the matter.
This development has left the Obama administration at a loss. It is the Judiciary Report's hope Mr. Snowden will be safe and happy wherever he chooses to go, as he did the American people a great service in providing proof of the illegal spying the government has been engaging in against the nation and the world.
Edward Snowden is in Moscow airport, says Vladimir Putin
Putin said Snowden remained in Sheremetyevo airport's transit area and vowed that Moscow would not extradite the whistleblower to the US. He also insisted that Russia's security services had no contact with Snowden, a claim greeted with suspicion. "Mr Snowden really did fly into Moscow," he said on an official visit to Finland on Tuesday. "For us it was completely unexpected," he claimed.