Snowden may testify in Germany against NSA

German Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich confirmed Friday that he wants to bring Edward Snowden, the whistleblower at the heart of the National Security Agency scandal, to Germany from Russia to serve as a witness against the NSA. Previously, Green Party member Hans-Christian Strobele met with Snowden in Moscow, and received a letter from Snowden to be shared with German authorities. However, if Snowden leaves Russia, he will lose his temporary asylum there. RT’s Sam Sacks has more information on what it would take for Snowden to help German authorities.


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  • hp b

    The Germans will no doubt be getting Ernst Zundel’s old cell ready for Snowden. Just in case.. (wink wink)