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Snowden Slammed in House Committee Report

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2016

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Edward Snowden’s hopes of a presidential pardon were dimmed Thursday when a House Committee report slammed the former U.S. defense contractor saying he has done “tremendous damage” to United States national security. That conclusion was part of a 36-page report (PDF) released Thursday by the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.

The report said the disclosure of thousands of top-secret documents by Snowden was not an act of a whistleblower, but rather the acts of a disgruntled employee.

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