Saturday, July 6, 2013

U.S. Congress Should Grant Snowden Immunity To Further Expose The Obama Administration NSA's Illegal Spying Acts

Edward J. Snowden


Snowden could be granted immunity from prosecution to further expose the Obama administration NSA's illegal spying acts.

By H. Nelson Goodson
July 6, 2013

Washington,  D.C. - Does the U.S. Congress and the American people want to know the truth about NSA's illegal acts under the guise of national security? The U.S. Congress can grant Edward J. Snowden, 30, immunity from prosecution to further expose the alleged illegal spying acts that the NSA has engaged under the guise of national security. Snowden's recent NSA's spying scandal involving the Obama administration has become one of the top news and political embarrassment incident around the world. Snowden's revelations that the NSA and British government has basically spied on numerous friendly nations is astonishing. 
Everyone involved in the alleged illegal spying network including the secret court should be held accountable and prosecuted to the fullest extend of the law, if in fact illegal acts have taken place as Snowden has exposed. If Illegal spying acts led to murders, then whoever is responsible should be held accountable as well.
Snowden and any other would be whistleblower should be protected and provided immunity from prosecution for exposing alleged illegal spying or criminal acts by government officials, agents and its employees to prevent tyranny. 
This is not about national security,  it is about the Obama administration expanding illegal spying acts that were initiated by the former administration. 
One thing for sure, the Patriot Act should be revoked and the Fourth Amendment  invoke. 


NSA whistleblower Edward J. Snowden, 30, has three options for asylum. Bolivia, Nicaragua and Venezuela have offered asylum to defy the U.S. after the Bolivian airspace incident in Europe.

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