Pam Vredenburg's Blog – July 2013 Archive (50)

CIA whistleblower to Snowden: ‘Do not cooperate with the FBI’

July 03, 2013 

NSA leaker Edward Snowden is the subject of an open letter of support just published from behind bars by John Kiriakou, a former CIA agent currently serving time for sharing state secrets.

In a letter dated June 13 and published Tuesday by Firedoglake, the imprisoned CIA vet salutes Snowden for his recent…


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Microphone found at the Embassy of Ecuador in London British origin would

JULY 3, 2013

Ecuadorian Foreign Minister Ricardo Patiño, filed Wednesday afternoon, espionage device was found in the office of the Embassy of Ecuador in London on June 14.

The minister of affairs, presented the microphone to the press and said that this was found…


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Bolivian president's jet rerouted amid suspicions Edward Snowden on board

July 2, 2013

The Bolivian presidential plane parked at Vienna International Airport Photograph: Heinz-Peter Bader/Reuters

Bolivia reacted…


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'Unbowed' Snowden makes Moscow statement, releases list of countries contacted for asylum

July 02, 2013

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden released a statement Monday night from Moscow saying he is “impressed at the efforts taken by so many” to help him, with WikiLeaks hours later releasing a list of countries to be sent applications for asylum.

Sarah Harrison, WikiLeaks' legal advisor to Edward Snowden, has made…


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Bush: Snowden ‘damaged the security of the country’

July 1, 2013

The security of the United States has been compromised due to the recent disclosure of documents pertaining to secretive government-run surveillance programs, former president George W. Bush told CNN in an interview set to air Monday.

Bush, the two-term…


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WikiLeaks: Snowden makes expanded asylum requests

Jul 01, 2013

National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden, believed to be in legal limbo in the Moscow airport, is expanding his requests for asylum to another 19 countries, including China, according to WikiLeaks.

WikiLeaks, the anti-secrecy group that has adopted Snowden and his cause, on Monday night posted a statement said to be from…


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Snowden Applies for Asylum in Russia and 14 Other Countries

July 11, 2013

Edward Snowden, the NSA whistleblower who is still stuck in Moscow's Sheremyetevo airport, has reportedly applied for asylum in Russia and 14 other countries.

His application for asylum in Russia was hand delivered on…


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Manning trial: Judge rules WikiLeaks tweets relevant to ‘aiding the enemy’ charges

June 28, 2013

A military judge overseeing Bradley Manning's court-martial has found WikiLeaks tweets, claiming possession of encrypted video, are relevant evidence to the “aiding the enemy” charges the whistleblower is facing.

On the 12th day of trial, which resumed at Fort Meade, Maryland, June 26, military judge Col.…


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Putin: Snowden can stay in Russia if he stops damaging USA

July 01, 2013 

President Vladimir Putin says NSA leaker Edward Snowden may stay in Russia, if he wants to, but only if he stops activities aimed against the United States.

“There is one condition if he wants to remain here: he must stop his work aimed at damaging our American partners. As odd as it may sound from…


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Obama Welcomed 'Home' By Desmond Tutu During South Africa Visit

June 30, 2013

CAPE TOWN, South Africa -- Retired archbishop Desmond Tutu locked eyes with President Barack Obama on Sunday in an emotional moment between two men who have been pioneers for racial progress a world apart.

Tutu greeted Obama with a "welcome home" to the continent where his father was born, and pleaded with the U.S.…


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