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And this Fox News alert I'm busy Monday morning where in the world is Edwards Snowden at this hour the admitted NSA leaker.
Flying out of Hong Kong despite an extradition written request from the United States is next destination was reportedly Cuba.
But grainy video coming in -- Fox News shows that the seat that he had reserved to add to -- manna from Moscow.
There's a picture of a bunch reporters on that plane they were stuck headed to Havana because they -- there are going to be seated near.
-- -- -- name gets a story out of this whole thing but where is he now the mystery on this grows by the minute chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge.
Live NRDC bureau this morning so Catherine that's the big question this morning right.
Let's right -- just moments ago we've had a news conference from Ecuador's foreign minister.
We told reporters in Hanoi that they believe and -- Snowden is being persecuted.
That they are considering his request for asylum.
And it -- release of classified documents -- the NSA programs is being characterized by Ecuador.
As a kind of human rights abuses -- surveillance.
Also this morning secretary of state John Kerry who is traveling overseas signal that there may be consequences for China and Russia.
If it's shown that they had failed to cooperate with the US on -- -- perspective the China Russia relationship of where this puts us.
You know it would be deeply troubling obviously if they have adequate notice and notwithstanding that -- make a decision willfully to ignore that and not live.
By the standards of.
For the Russian airliner plot confirmed there is the ticket in snowed in Spain traveling from Moscow to Cuba.
That's like to have on -- has left this morning and apparently without the NSA -- on board.
A former senior intelligence official telling Fox News that is quite possible the Russians would choose not to arrest didn't sign the fact.
That he is in transit has not been processed by Russian authorities.
For immigration or customs purposes.
To stay in Moscow market and that's tricky walk -- -- -- you get anywhere from the airport when she landed there without -- through those checkpoints -- officially being.
In -- country so lot of questions there and then there's a whole issue of whether or not there are more weeks to -- from Edwards -- Katherine.
Let's have -- spokesman for the nation's intelligence chief the Director of National Intelligence James clapper confirming to Fox News.
That they believe Snowden has more documents and that more damaging leaks are planned.
One former intelligence official characterized the number of documents to fox is quote voluminous and extending well beyond classified material held by the NSA.
Over the weekend the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee -- being briefed on this case on a regular basis saying that the leaks are exposing secrets.
And the nation's adversaries are leveraging those secrets.
The NSA director also confirming that his agency provided to congress Friday a classified list a fifty plots disrupted by these two controversial programs.
And only a fraction of those cases benefited from this sweeping collections of americans' phone records.
The scope that the business record -- -- can deal with is those that are just over ten.
In in knows I think it contributed in the majority of cases and it allowed us to form some of the dots and I think that's key.
And what we're trying to do.
Critics countered that the sweeping collection of phone records has not been the primary or the initiating Tiffany's case it's -- you know.
Very interesting question to be answered their Catherine thank you very much a lot of.
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