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Fallout in America's hunt for NSA leaker Edwards Snowden as the president of Bolivia urges European nations to push back against the United States.
This after learning -- some faulty Intel led investigators to suspect that Snowden was on his presidential plane.
Chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge live in Washington.
What is the latest on this -- saga -- Well thank you John good morning the presidents of Venezuela Bolivia and Nicaragua all offering asylum to the -- -- now entering his third week.
In Russia reportedly still the transit zone of the Moscow airport.
Cuba is a likely transfer point from Moscow to central or South America.
So -- significant this morning is that the Cuban president is signaling he supports the decision to help and -- Snowden.
Also we have new information from Daniel Ellsberg who -- dependent on papers on Snowden.
During that Vietnam era writing this weekend in the Washington Post the snow did the right thing by fleeing the country adding the thirty year old contractor.
Would certainly be incarcerated pending trial unlike Ellsberg who -- released on bail it reads in part quote.
I -- -- revelations will spark a movement to rescue our democracy.
But he could not be part of that movement had he stayed here.
There is zero chance that he would be allowed out on bail if he returned now.
And close to no chance that had he not left the country.
He would have been granted -- -- on the Sunday talk shows of leading Democrat Robert Menendez calling for trade sanctions on any country that takes Snowden at this point.
And it turns out that -- might still be able to travel.
-- -- based on the review of these documents that asked the Venezuelan government to hold Snowden.
Before returning him to the US it appears -- may have a way around the revocation of his passport.
According to the documents -- -- passport was revoked last month the same day criminal charges were unsealed against him in a Virginia court.
But the documents warned Venezuela that -- -- may have a second US passport to travel line.
It reads in part quote.
On the 22 of June 2013 that passport was revoked soon may also be in possession of another passport the numbers -- redacted.
Which he previously reported as lost or stolen.
Meantime a -- an advocacy group has filed a formal complaint against the NSA.
And it's equivalent in Britain the GC HQ.
For allegedly allegedly monitoring other citizens each other -- -- citizens pardon me and sharing that information without any meaningful legal oversight -- And the chase.
Goes on the hunt for I guess I guess we know -- -- we just don't know about so much behind really have a -- Catherine Herridge thank you.
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