Six months after the first revelations appeared in The Washington Post and Britain’s Guardian newspaper, Edward Snowden agreed to reflect at length on the roots and repercussions of his choice, reports the Washington Post.
He was relaxed and animated over two days of nearly unbroken conversation, fueled by burgers, pasta, ice cream and Russian pastry.
Snowden offered vignettes from his intelligence career and from his recent life as “an indoor cat” in Russia. But he consistently steered the conversation back to surveillance, democracy and the meaning of the documents he exposed.
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