LIGNET: TV Show Call-In Script Casts Snowden as Putin's Puppet

Image: LIGNET: TV Show Call-In Script Casts Snowden as Putin's Puppet An employee polishes TV screens in a shop in Moscow during the four-hour broadcast of President Vladimir Putin's question-and-answer session with the nation on April 17, 2014. Putin took a question from NSA leaker Edward Snowden during the broadcast. (ALEXANDER NEMENOV/AFP/Getty Images)

Monday, 21 Apr 2014 03:23 PM

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NSA leaker Edward Snowden's participation last week in a call-in television show with Russian President Vladimir Putin may be the clearest indication to date that he is far from the conscientious whistleblower he pretends to be.

It also may confirm suspicions among experts that Snowden worked for Russian intelligence when he stole millions of secret U.S. documents, most of them unrelated to National Security Agency work.

Click HERE to read an exclusive analysis by LIGNET's top intelligence experts.


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