NBC News’s Brian Williams interviewed
Edward Snowden in Moscow on Wednesday night. But then Mr.
Williams followed it up with a panel discussion of whether
Snowden is a hero or traitor. It was a cowardly and venal thing
to do, and Mr. Williams should
be ashamed of himself. ... The question Mr. Williams and his
guests should have been discussing is whether Director of
National Intelligence James Clapper and former National
Security Agency head Keith Alexander are criminals."
On 5/30/14, 7:36 AM, Doug Kalmer wrote:
(CNN) -- Traitor or patriot? Low-level systems
analyst or highly trained spy?
Slammed by top U.S. government officials and facing
espionage charges in the United States, former National
Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden described how he
sees himself during an interview with NBC "Nightly News"
broadcast Wednesday. And he defended his decision to leak
documents about classified U.S. government surveillance
We've heard from Snowden a few times before, but the NBC
interview with anchor Brian Williams inside a Moscow hotel
was his first on an American television network.
Here are 10 key points from the interview with the
30-year-old former NSA contractor:
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