Snowden May Have Been a Deliberate Infiltrator for Liberty

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The ongoing real-life spy story of Edward Snowden has had some people wondering if he is the real deal, a man driven by conscience after seeing the spying apparatus from the inside, a CIA asset … or perhaps a deliberate infiltrator.

As covered in the video below, Snowden has aligned himself with WikiLeaks and is now taking a flight to parts unknown with their assistance.

A new twist to the story is that Snowden stated to The South China Morning Post that he deliberately took his position with Booz Allen Hamilton so that he could collect documents as evidence of NSA’s spying on American citizens.

“My position with Booz Allen Hamilton granted me access to lists of machines all over the world the NSA hacked,” he told the Post on June 12. “That is why I accepted that position about three months ago.”

He has also claimed that he uncovered NSA hacking into systems in Hong Kong as well – the destination he first chose for his flight from the United States. Snowden’s timeline could become something of interest for U.S. prosecutors who have charged him under the 1917 Espionage Act.

Snowden also stated that more documents will be released to journalists:

If I have time to go through this information, I would like to make it available to journalists in each country to make their own assessment, independent of my bias, as to whether or not the knowledge of US network operations against their people should be published.

Full video transcript with research links below…

by Matt Moreno

The Snowden saga continues. The American whistleblower is reportedly in Russia after fleeing from his hiding place in Hong Kong. And now the man wanted for espionage says the only reason he took his previous job was to get confidential data he could leak.

The South China Morning Post reported Monday Edward Snowden took his job at U.S. security contractor Booz Allen Hamilton just to get proof the U.S. was spying on its citizens.

Snowden reportedly told the paper June 12th: “My position with Booz Allen Hamilton granted me access to lists of machines all over the world the NSA hacked … That is why I accepted that position about three months ago.”

Snowden reportedly arrived in Moscow Sunday, but didn’t make an expected flight to Cuba on Monday. (Via Twitter / @maxseddon)

He’s reportedly seeking political asylum in Ecuador, the same country sheltering WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange — a man who continues to split public opinion.

WikiLeaks burst onto the international stage in 2010 with the release of the Afghan War documents. The 90,000 files documented the war in Afghanistan nearly piece by piece. It’s considered one of the biggest leaks in U.S. history. (Via The Guardian)

But WikiLeaks has been relatively quiet as of late — until their association with Snowden put the group in the headlines again.

WikiLeaks released a statement Sunday claiming its legal team was helping Snowden with advice and is footing the bill for his travel arrangements.

“Edward Snowden is not a traitor. He’s not a spy. He is a whistleblower” (Via Sky News)

So will Snowden’s involvement with Assange’s group help or hurt his standing in the eyes of the public? Snowden’s contact at The Guardian, Glenn Greenwald, says it’s irrelevant, telling CNN the government will smear Snowden no matter who he associates with.

“The attacks on him, on his personality, on claims to be able to assess his psychological state — that he’s a narcissist, all of that — were well underway long before WikiLeaks began to be involved.” (Via CNN)

But Gawker’s Adrian Chen seems to take a different view, saying Snowden lost some credibility by getting involved with Assange. (Via Twitter / @AdrianChen)

“The information ecosystem would be healthier without Julian Assange’s spectacle sucking up all the oxygen…” (Via Gawker)

Snowden’s passport was reportedly revoked by the U.S. last week. Assange says Snowden is now traveling using a special document from Ecuador.

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  • Andy

    Folks have any of ya’ll checked the news networks from other nations? a lot of them do not look on our country in a favorable light,I love my country but not my government.It appears that we are not being told the whole truth by our so called news media,just what the government run media wants us to know,and a Lot of people believe what they hear,as they are under the assumption that the media can’t legally lie to us,wrong,they do it every day.Now the media is spinning that this guy is a traitor I think this guy is a true patriot,by letting us know how criminal this administration is.Besides the antigun politicians trying to outlaw guns the next thing on their agenda is Freedom of speech,they appear to already be working on it due to the recording of our phone calls,and digital communications.Be prepared and ready.Keep your powder dry.

    • OldGuy

      I had that talk with a diehard GOP friend that swears Snowden is a traitor. I asked him who Snowden was supposed to report the information to in this country. The MSM is 90%+ controlled by government. Government is the problem so you cant go to them, any of them. Your local media and elected officials are pussy whipped by Odumbos crew. Who the hell are you supposed to go to to complain to about a huge issue that affects everyone in this country. Just look at how well the IRS and FnFurious and Bengazi were taken care of by our government. Everything and everyone involved has walked away with nothing more than a stern public look and a quick knowing wink.

      Snowden took this info to the world because that was the only place to go. When TPTB are the ones in charge AND the problem who can you turn to? I despise the fact that the institutions that we have intrusted to take care of this country are the ones that are violating every trust one after another. We the People cant do shit about it (or lets say we have failed to do shit about anything, but we are really good at complaining and ignoring). The lost trust in our own government and founding documents should scare the fuck out of you and the fact that there is no one to turn to except foreign media and governments should scare you 100 times more than anything Snowden revealed.

  • Evie

    Yep, he probably does not know anything most do not know, except the ones who choose to keep their head in the sand. Exactly what is not known by the global community, spying and hacking into each others systems, shocking.
    Traitor, what about the snoops who want to know everyones whereabouts and data. I believe the data is an advantage for them. We cannot collect data on them, that is constitutional, they work for us!

  • Al Kipf

    Genghis Kerry and the Kenyan Occupational Government (K.O.G.) are an international laughingstock threatening China and Russia with “consequences” if Snowden isn’t handed over. Seriously? What “consequences”, they’re pussies.

    Further, K.O.G. is controlled, like all other USSA regimes, by the international banking syndicate.

    I’d like to think Snowden is a hero and Patriot versus controlled opposition. Who knows what to believe.

    Regardless, K.O.G. and those in alignment should be tried for treason…at minimum.

    When is enough, enough?