Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Russian Gov: Demands by US for extradition of Edward Snowden are “ungrounded and unacceptable.” (UPDATE 2)

UPDATE 2:  Snowden No Show for Another Cuba Flight

UPDATE 1:  Putin: Snowden still in Moscow airport transit zone, won't be extradited

“Russian President says that former NSA contractor Edward Snowden is still in the transit zone of Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport. Vladimir Putin says that any accusations of Russia related to Snowden are 'nonsense'….”

As is being reported by the Associated Press, today Russia’s foreign policy minister, Sergey Lavrov, has informed the U. S. government that Edward Snowden has not crossed the Russian border and even if he did, Russia has no intention of extraditing him.
Denying any knowledge as to the whereabouts of the NSA whistleblower, Lavrov, taking offense to threats levied by the Obama administration defiantly referred to said threats as “…absolutely ungrounded and unacceptable…. ‘There are no legal grounds for such conduct by U.S. officials….’”
Now that that is settled, I say we get back to matters for more important than the game of where is Waldo. 
Americans should be outraged, outraged and engaged in a discussion over Obama’s dismantling of the fourth amendment.

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