Sunday, July 7, 2013

NSA Leaker Edward Snowden Offered Asylum In Venezuela, Nicaragua And Bolivia

U.S. President Barack Obama

NSA whistle blower and American born citizen, Edward Snowden, has been offered asylum in Venezuela, Nicaragua and Bolivia, after exposing the unconstitutional wiretapping and hacking crimes being committed against Americans and international citizens by the National Security Agency (which the Judiciary Report calls the National Spy Agency).

Director Of National Intelligence, James Clapper

After Snowden leaked the existence of an extensive and invasive NSA program the agency dubbed Prism, he became a target of the Obama Administration, who now want him dead or alive. According to reports in the mainstream press, the Obama Administration wanted Snowden "disappeared" and with new rules enacted by the government, granting them the unconstitutional ability to kill Americans, previously forbidden by law, his life is in jeopardy.

Edward Snowden has supporters such as former President Jimmy Carter, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and film director Oliver Stone

The Obama Administration has filed extradition papers for Snowden, but thus far no nation has been responsive. It's hypocritical that the government has filed extradition papers on Snowden, claiming he has committed crimes in blowing the whistle on unconstitutional spying, yet the government broke the law via this invasiveness against the people and James Clapper lied to Congress about it, which is a crime as well. The Judiciary Report hopes Mr. Snowden will reach his destination safely and have a good and happy life in his new surroundings.


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Venezuela, Bolivia offer asylum to U.S. intel leaker Snowden

Updated 11:57 AM EDT, Sat July 6, 2013 -  (CNN) -- Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has offered asylum to Edward Snowden, the state-run AVN news agency reported Friday, without offering details.
And Bolivia "is willing to give asylum" to the U.S. intelligence leaker, President Evo Morales said Saturday, according to a government statement.

The reports came shortly after Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega said he would grant Snowden asylum in his country "if the circumstances permit." Ortega didn't elaborate on his announcement, made during a speech in Managua, except to say his country is "open and respectful to the right of asylum."

"It's clear that that if the circumstances permit it we will gladly receive Snowden and will grant him asylum here in Nicaragua," Ortega said.