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What Russian Intel Might Ask Edward Snowden

June 25, 2013

The Russians have a way of dealing with men like Edward Snowden. “First, we would ask him questions to which the answers are already known — that is to check his truthfulness,” said Oleg Kalugin, a former major general in the Soviet KGB. “If he really knows what he says he does, if he is telling the truth … later they would ask something which is less known. Finally, they will let him say whatever he wants to say.”

Lawmakers miss briefings on intelligence

June 13, 2013

Many members of Congress, despite possessing security clearances and repeatedly voting to grant legal authority to monitor civilian activities, have said over the past week that, in effect, they knew less about some key aspects of American intelligence gathering than Edward Snowden.

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