Douglas London, a retired CIA officer, offers his take on Edward Snowden at The Hill.
As a retired 34-year intelligence professional who made a career recruiting foreign spies and stealing secrets, my aversion to a pardon for Edward Snowden goes beyond the damage he wrought and is unrelated to hurt pride. It’s rooted in the Espionage Act and the dynamic between the government and media over the boundaries concerning the public’s “right to know.” That is, do all parties share responsibility that transcend legal interpretations to safeguard the nation’s security?
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You can also read my Washington Times piece on Snowden, the traitor, sneak thief and spy, via the below link: