December 29, 2013
Edward Snowden’s recent TV appearance in which he called for a halt to widespread NSA surveillance got low grades Sunday from Congress, as one of his legal advisers suggested the Supreme Court will ultimately decide on the issue of government spying.
Michigan GOP Rep. Mike Rogers, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, said Snowden’s release of classified documents this summer jeopardized the safety of troops in Afghanistan and gave nations such as China and Russia valuable insight into how America’s intelligence services operate.
“That’s who the messenger is,” Rogers told “Fox News Sunday,” several days after Snowden, now in Russia, said in a Washington Post interview that he was trying to make the NSA better, had “already won” and achieved what he’d set out to do.
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