Sunday, June 23, 2013


 "Are They Gonna Launch A Hellfire Missile At An Aeroflot Flight? HaHaHa! It's Game! Set! Match!"  (VIDEO) 

'Game Set Match: US loses as Snowden slips from their hands' - Pepe Escobar  (VIDEO)  

Snowden,  leaving Hong Kong, is better than the Bourne Trilogy (VIDEO)

US whistleblower Edward Snowden is en route to Moscow from Hong Kong on an Aeroflot flight, Hong Kong authorities have confirmed.

The US filed an extradition order for Snowden alleging espionage, theft and conversion of government property -


BREAKING! Glenn Greenwald Responds To News Edward Snowden Has Left Hong Kong (VIDEO) 

Edward Snowden left Hong Kong for Russia and maybe to Iceland eventually (VIDEO)

WikiLeaks claims they have helped Edward Snowden leave Hong Kong for Russia (VIDEO)

Why Was Edward Snowden Allowed To Leave Hong Kong?  (VIDEO)

Hong Kong lets Snowden leave to Moscow, with Cuba among possible destinations


Edward Snowden on a plane to Moscow RIGHT NOW!  (VIDEO)

5:10pm June 23 Tokyo time Snowden is on a plane from Hong Kong to Moscow. *&% just got real. And the lame steam media is still asleep at the wheel on this.

Edward Snowden 'flees to RUSSIA': NSA whistleblower leaves Hong Kong helped by Wikileaks after U.S. push to have him extradited for trial in America

  • Hong Kong confirms Edward Snowden has got on flight to Moscow
  • WikiLeaks said it is helping him and its legal advisors are with him on plane
  • It is thought he will travel on to another country like Iceland or Ecuador

  • Yesterday Snowden was charged in a federal court in Alexandria, Virginia

  • He faces 30 years for charges including unauthorized communication of national defence information and theft of government property

  • Hong Kong said it could not extradite him before he left because US request 'did not fully comply with the legal requirements under Hong Kong law'

  • Read more:

    U.S. has stolen millions of text messages from Chinese phones, claims Snowden
    Mobile nation: China exchanged almost 900 billion text messages in 2012 The U.S. is stealing Chinese cell phone data, according more revelations by whistle-blower Edward Snowden, who told a Chinese newspaper he has proof of the hacking.



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