Should Trump Pardon Edward Snowden?

Should Trump Pardon Edward Snowden?

Snowden was a CIA employee and subcontractor who released evidence regarding misuse of the “Patriot Act”. He was charged under the espionage act and fled to Russia, he currently stays there under temporary asylum.

Some say he’s a heroic whistleblower and deserves a pardon. Others say that he’s a traitor.

Should President Trump pardon Edward Snowden?

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6 Comments
  • Proud To Have Served
    Posted at 23:52h, 10 November Reply

    Snowden does not deserve a pardon.
    I viewed the Snowden interviews and the movie. I also listened to professionals on this subject.
    I believe Snowden is an unlawful, arrogant narcissist who acted for his own personal gain and fame.
    He was an unreliable contractor, not a Government employee.
    He could have informed other Government agencies instead of notifying the world.
    Maybe the US Government wire taps were not the best decision, but that was the time we were living in.
    Snowden’s actions caused the bad characters in the world to change their tactics and make tracking even harder
    After many years of arrogant, self proclaimed heroism, he now wants to return to the USA.
    The Russian Federation can keep him indefinitely. He can spend his 5 million dollars in Moscow.

  • MARVIN LOUIS CUFFEE, Sr.
    Posted at 19:43h, 10 November Reply

    Every day our brave troops and intelligence agents place their lives in harms way to protect our nation. Anyone who violates the trust of America, exposes our nation to our enemy, and finds comfort in their nation is not an American!

  • Janice Holder
    Posted at 17:26h, 10 November Reply

    Let him serve his full time for treason. He could have handled it differently, but he chose to share with outsiders.

  • James,M Courtney
    Posted at 13:17h, 10 November Reply

    Edward Snowden is a criminal fleeing prosecution in Russia. The intelligence community and the USA is still feeling the effects of his unauthorized disclosure of information. He failed to use the established whistleblower protocol by releasing information to a foreign country, thus making him susceptible to charges under the Espionage Act. He is due his day in court, but he should NOT be pardoned.

  • Timothy Zernial
    Posted at 00:26h, 06 November Reply

    He exposed what needs to be and potentially saved lives

  • Terry L Foster
    Posted at 10:51h, 05 November Reply

    He committed to the CIA that you won.t be sorry. He made his committment to us, his felllow Americans to do what his job requires and he violated us!

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