Sunday, June 23, 2013

GOOD MOVE, COMRADE!


                                          -Ecuador Embassy Cars At Moscow Airport-
                                                                     -USA Today-

By jet, by car...and who knows...maybe even by hang glider...
Edward "Bad Eddy" Snowden
is slowly getting himself to where he wants to be. But his ultimate destination might
not even be Ecuador. I have a hunch that Bad Eddy still has a few trick cards up his
sleeve.

This is getting to be like a James Bond movie...only better, because this on-going story
is real. I'm looking forward to "watching" the next episode of: "Bad Eddy--Breaking
Balls And Sharing Secrets."




"How'd you learn to do the things you do?" ;)
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N.Y. Times: Snowden Asked For Wikileaks Help Over A Week Ago

Wikileaks And The Whistle Blower

Reuters News Service: U.S.-- "Stop That Man!"

Business Week: "The Chase Is On"
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USA Today: Edward Snowden: Going To Ecuador?
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["A passenger under (Snowden's) name will arrive in Moscow from Hong Kong today on flight SU213, and tomorrow, on June 24, he will fly to Havana on flight SU150,” the state news agency ITAR-Tass quoted a source at the airline as saying. “Also tomorrow, he will go to Caracas from Havana on a local flight."]--SCMP
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SCMP: Moscow Then Cuba Then Venezuela?

Reuters News Service: Maybe Cuba?

SCMP: The Story So Far
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["The only Aeroflot flight that arrives from Hong Kong into Moscow’s Sheremetevo airport today is at 17:05 local time (13:05 GMT).
Moscow will not be Snowden’s final destination, he could potentially fly on to Ecuador or Iceland where he has allegedly applied for asylum. A diplomatic source told Russian news agency Itar-Tass that no request for asylum in Russia had been received from the former CIA employee."--RT News
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["As the HKSAR government has yet to have sufficient information to process the request for provisional warrant of arrest, there is no legal basis to restrict Mr Snowden from leaving Hong Kong,” the statement said."]--SCMP
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So now that Hong Kong has washed its nervous hands of the American
"problem person"...what's going to happen to our man, Snowden, in
Moscow?

Will he land safely and be treated well?

My prayers go with you, E.

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