Jenna Lee discussed the Edward Snowden case with Fox News national security analyst KT McFarland, including what it means for U.S.-Russia relations.
Russian President Vladimir Putin confirmed that NSA leaker Edward Snowden is in the Moscow airport transit zone and that he will not be extradited to the U.S.
Many are worried that Edward Snowden is spilling harmful national security secrets to Russia and China. Martha MacCallum and Judge Andrew Napolitano went over the legal ramifications for Snowden in the event that he is apprehended and brought back to the United States.
Bill Hemmer discussed the Edward Snowden mystery with Fox News national security analyst KT McFarland, who believes that the NSA leaker's latest actions prove that he is not acting as a whistleblower.
WikiLeaks released a statement saying NSA leaker Edward Snowden is headed for Ecuador. He originally fled the United States for Hong Kong weeks ago and admitted to divulging information on the NSA’s surveillance program. Today, Snowden left Hong Kong with the help of WikiLeaks, which claims to be providing him with legal and diplomatic advisers.
Rep. Peter King (R-KY) slammed Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) comparing Edward Snowden to Director of National Intelligence James Clapper. “What’s happened to our country?” King asked on America’s News HQ. “This is a traitor and for anyone to be comparing him to a U.S. military hero is absolutely disgraceful.”
Edward Snowden has left Hong Kong and landed in Moscow, Russia. It’s still unclear where the NSA leaker’s final destination is, but WikiLeaks said he reached out to them for help. They claim to have legal advisers and diplomats traveling with Snowden for an unknown democratic nation for the purposes of asylum.
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden checked out of a Hong Kong hotel and is now in hiding, while Guardian reporter Glenn Greenwald says more stories are on the way about NSA spying.