Wikileaks Offers Snowden Aid

Wikileaks is making headlines again, this time because it has offered to aid former C.I.A. Technician Edward Snowden as he flees from persecution in the U.S.A. Originally seeking asylum in Hong Kong, Snowden was accompanied by British Wikileaks activist Sarah Harrison as he flew from Hong Kong to Moscow and then hopes to continue on to Ecuador, Venezuela or Cuba. Wikileaks has also offered its support in the form of Baltasar Garzon, the legal support for Wikileaks who is currently heading up the committee of legal advisors for Mr.
Snowden, helping him to stay out of an American prison. The U.S.A. Obviously revoked Snowden's passport, and it was Wikileaks how helped bring him special refugee travel documents that are crucial to his ability to travel. Wikileaks became known worldwide in 2009 and 2010 when it published military and diplomatic documents that were leaked to them from internal sources. Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is currently given asylum by the Ecuadorean embassy in London.

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