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    • karen
    • 24.06.13 | 09:05 (IDT)

    If United States, acknowledged, the device that was licenced in 1950, which was put in a person's ear, to control, them by giving instructions and feeding thoughts, then I believe Edward Snowden would be a free man and would be helping with investigations to clear, ambiguous, and contradictory, information, and systems which, enable forces of the law and authority, to arrest anyone they want at anytime, for any fabricated charge. All the information on the internet is a free and open book for everyone. When I hear a shot in my neighbourhood, then I should notified on the radio, that someone let off gunfire in the neighbourhood, and it is dealt with, within 20 minutes. This is security, not supersonic misslies, and this is my right as a human being within a community, not to know every moment of Nelson Mandela's, Health debated and discussed. In Rhodesia, and Zimbabwe we did not accept this except from closest family. You could arrest some people for that, just straight out of the news room or newspapers, or off the street for all their bad manners.

    from the article: Snowden reportedly lands in Moscow, aided by Wikileaks
    First published 16:04 23.06.13 | Last updated 16:04 23.06.13
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