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Edward Snowden in the Russia House | Capitol Quip


The saga of Edward Snowden, the former national security contractor on the lam from U.S. authorities for leaking classified information, keeps getting weirder.

After arriving in Russia from Hong Kong with a revoked U.S. passport, Snowden found himself marooned in the transit zone of Sheremetyevo Airport, a man without diplomatic privileges and someone who is most definitely a person of interest to foreign authorities. So what’s on the mind of the Russian intelligence service FSB as Snowden continues his Russian adventure?

Readers of Capitol Quip want to know.

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