Edward Snowden keeps up the suspense. Contrary to former reports, Snowden still has not accepted the asylumoffer from Venezuela says a new Reuters report. They cite a post by Wikileaks that says that Snowden did not formally accept the offer.
The NSA whistleblower is still believed to stay at the transit area at the Moscow airport. He arrived their on June 23. I really wonder how life in a Russian transit area is like. Does he have a bed? Has he been sleeping on airport chairs since over two weeks?
Venezuela has made the asylum offer last Friday, but did not hear back from Snowden yet. Wikileaks who is supporting Edward Snowden has posted a cryptic tweet announcing the "Flight to Liberty" phase one for today. We will see what happens. I already see Hollywood writing down every move by Snowden for the next blockbuster movie. Who do you see playing Edward Snowden?
Tomorrow the first phase of Edward Snowden's "Flight of Liberty" campaign will be launched. Follow for further details.
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