In an National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden is a heroic whistleblower who should have a chance to come home without facing a huge prison term.
Thanks to Snowden s leaks, the American public now knows the federal spy agency vacuums up records of every phone call made in the U.S., without probable cause a crime is being committed.
Snowden s revelations proved that NSA head James Clapper. We now know the NSA routinely violated the restrictions set by the secret court that supposedly restrains the spying the agency does on American citizens.
Considering the enormous value of the information he has revealed, and the abuses he has exposed, the Times editorial said, Mr. Snowden deserves better than a life of permanent exile, fear and flight. He may have committed a crime to do so, but he has done his country a great service. It is time for the United States to offer Mr. Snowden a plea bargain or some form of clemency that would allow him to return home, face at least substantially reduced punishment in light of his role as a whistle-blower."
Many criticize Snowden for exposing secrets that might compromise the nation's security and fleeing to Russia, a U.S. rival and hardly a bastion of freedom.
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