US govt allowed to take proceeds from Snowden memoir

US govt allowed to take proceeds from Snowden memoir

A judge on Tuesday ruled that Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor violated secrecy agreements with the Government of the United States. This ruling allows the US government to claim proceeds from a memoir that Snowden published this year.

Kyle G
Kyle G 2 months

Edward Snowden is a patriot and he should be given a full pardon.

BarianKing 2 months

How about a big fat no?

ConcealCarryProtect 2 months

Hippity Hoppity I exposed your lies and now you want to take my property.

porcus 2 months

How about no. Pretty sure he doesn't have any assets in the States anymore either.

Seekster 2 months

Good, tell him he can pick them up whenever he gets back from his long overdue vacation as Putin's guest.

Andrew Colomy
Andrew Colomy 2 months

My mom has this theory that Edward Snowden is in fact Qanon.

Corey Routson
Corey Routson 2 months

Snowden is in the right, what he revealed proves that intelligence agencies in fact have no regard for the united states constitution.

Edward Williams
Edward Williams 2 months


Roamer MGTOW
Roamer MGTOW 2 months

yeah, no!!

Seekster 2 months

He can claim them when he gets back from his extended vacation.

Fin 2 months

About time Mr Snowden is held accountable.... A true patriot and whistle blower would never seek refuge is Russia. He put American lives at risk and least he can do is not profit for his cyber treason.... What he did was far far from whistle blowing.

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