Snowden Withdraws Russia Asylum Request; Nine Countries Deny Application

Tyler Durden's picture

Things are turning from bad to worse for the real-life version of The Terminal's Edward Snowden, who a day after applying to 21 countries for political asylum has been flooded with rejection letters near and far, even as he was forced to cancel his application to his current host nation, Russia, after being told he would have to stop leaking secrets as a condition to stay. More from the FT: "The 30-year-old fugitive’s options narrowed further on Tuesday when China reacted coolly to the idea of him moving there, Poland rejected an application and other European nations said asylum requests had to be made in the country." 

Of the 21 applicants listed yesterday, so far 9 countries have rejected his asylum status application. These include:

  • Austria
  • Brazil
  • Ecuador
  • Finland
  • India
  • Ireland
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Spain

And with Russia now out of the running too, 10 out of 21 on the original list are out.  The bulk of these countries rejected the application on a technicality, claiming that the applicant must be on their soil before he or she can be granted asylum status.

The countries still remaining on the eligible list include:

  • Bolivia
  • China
  • Cuba
  • France
  • Germany
  • Iceland
  • Italy
  • the Netherlands
  • Nicaragua
  • Switzerland
  • Venezuela

Of the above 11 Venezuela appears to be his best bet: “[Snowden] deserves the world’s protection. He has not asked us for it yet. When he does we will give our answer,” Venezuela's new president Máduro told Reuters during a visit to Moscow. “We think this young person has done something very important for humanity, has done a favour to humanity, has spoken great truths to deconstruct a world that . . . is controlled by an imperialist American elite.” Maduro added that his government had yet to receive a request, despite it being on the WikiLeaks list, but that he sympathised with the man wanted by Washington on spying charges.

What is shocking is how quickly Snowden's original destination, Ecuador, flipped a U-turn on his request. One wonders just what revealing pictures of Correa the NSA must have in its Utah facility.

On Monday, Ecuador which appeared to be Mr Snowden’s destination when he left Hong Kong 10 days ago, on Monday said it was no longer considering his request. “It was a mistake on our part” to have helped him travel to Russia,” President Rafael Correa said in an interview with the Guardian newspaper.

As for Russia:

Dmitry Peskov, President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman, told reporters on Tuesday that Mr Snowden “has abandoned this idea and his request for permission to stay in Russia”.

Mr Peskov said Russia had no plans to kick Mr Snowden out of Sheremetyevo airport where has been since June 23. “The extradition of Snowden to such a country as the United States, which applies the death penalty, is impossible,” he said.

However, he suggested that Moscow was not anxious for Mr Snowden to stay, echoing comments on Monday by Mr Putin. “Hypothetically, Snowden could stay in Russia but on one condition – he must abandon his intentions to engage in any form of anti-American activity that could be damaging for the United States,” Mr Peskov said.

Finally, as for China:

The Chinese government dodged questions about Mr Snowden’s application on Tuesday. “I have seen related reports, but I don’t have any information on the issue,” said Hua Chunying, foreign ministry spokeswoman.


Mo Shaoping, a lawyer for Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo, said he was not aware of asylum cases in China. “As far as I know, China doesn’t have laws in this area,” he said.

One wonders is Snowden's fate to return to the US, and face a lifetime in prison, if and when all of his purported future homelands give up on him?

* * *

Guardian has released an updated list of where the asylum applicant countries stand currently:


No. The interior minister, Johanna Mikl-Leitner, said Snowden would have to submit his request for asylum while on Austrian soil. But she added that he would not be deported if he arrived in Austria because "there is no international arrest warrant".


No response.


No. A foreign ministry spokesman said Brazil would not grant asylum, adding that it would leave the request unanswered.


No response.


No response.


No. The president, Rafael Correa, said he was not considering Snowden's asylum request. In an interview with the Guardian, Correa said Snowden would have to reach Ecuadorean territory before the country would consider any asylum request. The US has cancelled Snowden's passport, and Correa said his government would not give Snowden an authorised travel document to extract himself from Moscow airport. "The right of asylum request is one thing, but helping someone travel from one country to another – Ecuador has never done this."


No. The Finnish foreign ministry spokeswoman Tytti Pylkkö said Finnish law required Snowden to be in the country for him to apply.


No response. The president, François Hollande, has called for a common EU stance on the NSA snooping.


No response.


No response.


No. Syed Akbaruddin, a spokesman for India's foreign ministry, said on Twitter: "Following careful examination we have concluded that we see no reason to accede to the Snowden request"


No response.


No. A spokesman for the department of justice said that under Irish law an asylum application could only be accepted from a person who had landed in or was within the state.

The Netherlands

No response.


No response.


No. The Norwegian deputy justice secretary, Paal Loenseth, told the state broadcaster NRK: "Applying for asylum should be done on Norwegian soil. According to normal procedures … his demand will be denied."


No. The foreign minister, Rados?aw Sikorski, wrote on his Twitter account: "I will not give a positive recommendation."


No. Snowden withdrew his request after Vladimir Putin's statement making clear that he would be welcome only if he stopped "his work aimed at bringing harm" to the United States.


No. The foreign minister, José García-Margallo, told reporters in the Spanish parliament: "For it [the application] to be legally admissible, it has to be made by a person who is in Spain."


No response.


Possible. On a visit to Moscow, the president, Nicolás Maduro, said he would consider an asylum request and said the whistleblower "deserves the world's protection".

"We think this young person has done something very important for humanity, has done a favour to humanity, has spoken great truths to deconstruct a world … that is controlled by an imperialist American elite," he said.

But asked whether he would take Snowden back to Venezuela with him, Maduro answered wryly: "What we're taking with us are multiple agreements that we're signing with Russia, including oil and gas."

Comment viewing options

Select your preferred way to display the comments and click "Save settings" to activate your changes.
Mister Ponzi's picture

Germany has already rejected the request, too.


GetZeeGold's picture



Perhaps a mistake cause I think he knows where their gold is.

Pladizow's picture


bank guy in Brussels's picture

Strange how Edward Snowden seems not to appreciate being safe, protected by Vladimir Putin from being jailed and tortured in America

Instead he is acting like a spoiled American kid, shopping for a different amusement park for himself ... he seems to be playing games with both the media and with governments

The financially-troubled UK Guardian is devious too ... Guardian desperate for funds and are trying to stretch out the Snowden story to sell more Google ads on their website

If real, Snowden should dump and publish everything he was intending to publish, so that is behind him and accomplished ... and then thank God and Putin for his safe refuge ... and start a new life, speaking Russian, drinking good vodka and meeting Russian girls


Guidelines for Edward Snowden and Anyone Escaping from the USA Seeking Asylum

(1) Recognise that it is basically difficult, and in general, no country wants any asylum seekers from anywhere, aside from
(a) High-profile political defections in the case of current conflict with an adversary
(b) Countries like the US that have had somewhat 'easy' asylum as a back-door way of allowing immigration, in order to increase the labour pool, depress worker wages, and increase the number of citizens who are politically docile

(2) There is nothing special about an oppressive country or a tinpot dictatorship. Maybe half the countries in the world or more, are oppressive to some groups, and there are at least a billion people who would like to escape to more freedom. Therefore, US oppressed people ... welcome to the club along with tens of millions of Africans etc. You are just like them now, not 'more special' than them because it is the US dictatorship oppressing you.

(3) Especially, almost no one desires asylum seekers from the US because of
(a) Hostility and revenge by the US government
(b) Now that the US is a tinpot dictatorship, the number of oppressed, wrongfully accused etc US citizens who would want asylum could be a million or more, and no one wants to be flooded with arriving upset Americans
(c) The traditional arrogance of Americans, seen when they travel, they tend to feel they are 'exceptional', a 'chosen people', 'special' ... they tend to have an attitude of arrogance toward other cultures, wanting things 'their way' rather than trying to fit in

(4) What is really crazy is to treat 'asylum' as if picking restaurants to visit. Countries do not want to go out of their way to 'invite' asylum candidates from 3rd countries who are 'shopping'. This goes double if you are from the USA.

(5) As an asylum seeker, you should take the attitude of some poor Asian or African ... you are lucky to be in a place where you are not imprisoned, tortured,  or facing a fake political trial. Be grateful, and try to adjust to where you are. Do not be arrogant with your hosts or imagine you can be 'shopping' for a place you like better. Thank God you are not in US custody.

(6) A lot of traditional asylum avenues are secretly or openly closed to USA victims. Canada is now a US poodle, it is not like in Pierre Trudeau's day accepting Vietnam War objectors. They give asylum seekers back to the US. Ditto the UK. And organisations like Amnesty International have a secret deal with the US, to not help USA victims, so they can get CIA and US-based funding. There is little 'help' out there

(7) Countries have in fact accepted US asylum seekers who have already arrived in certain places, but basically quietly and without fanfare, trying to avoid openly provoking the US bully ... and the media and Google Inc also co-operate in hiding the fact these events are occurring. Papers are given using various 'cover' mechanisms (employment etc) rather than open direct political asylum. A big media storm changes the game, however, and makes this more difficult.

(8) The basic strategy for an American asylum seeker is to arrive and already be in a place where you will, in practice, be difficult to dislodge by legal means, because the local legal system has enough integrity and independence, to not ship you back to the USA. In retrospect, for Edward Snowden, France or Italy might actually have been the best choice - but only if Snowden was there already.

(9) The whole thing with Julian Assange in Britain, fearing extradition to the US from Sweden, never made any sense at all. Not because Sweden would not do it, but because Britain itself has a special 'easy extradition' treaty with the USA, requiring little or no evidence. When Assange was roaming around the UK, in fancy rich people's houses, before being in the Ecuador embassy, the US could have asked the UK to grab Assange and ship him out, easier than with any other country in the world. Something seems fishy.

(10) You are not even safe when you think you are safe - Refugee from US, wanted on criminal charges for 'illegally' playing chess in a country targeted by US sanctions (!), the anti-Zionist Jew Bobby Fischer, finally got refuge in Iceland after being jailed for a time in Japan. Shortly afterwards, Fischer was mysteriously dead, perhaps a victim of assassination by CIA-Mossad medical disease spray. Iceland is a Nato country where Nato and CIA agents can roam freely. The CIA has admitted that Western Europe is the only sector of the planet they hesitate to kill people - but they still do it here. A country like Russia or China or Cuba, where CIA agents cannot roam freely or hire assassins, is probably best from a securiy viewpoint

(11) Recommendations for Mr Snowden, if you are genuine: Be grateful for Russian hospitality, do not insult the only people who may be keeping you alive and out of prison. Be cautious about Assange and Wikileaks, and the sometimes highly-corrupt UK Guardian. Stop playing teasing media games with the Guardian, to draw out your leaks so they can sell Google Ads - the Guardian is desperate for cash. Instead, dump and publish everything you were going to publish, right now, leaving aside only your 'insurance' part to help keep you alive, and thus you can satisfy Mr Putin's condition about not causing more international problems for him. You are in Russia and Putin says you can stay. Thank him, profusely. Take a few quiet weeks, start learning Russian, maybe drink some Green Label Russian vodka with some attractive female Russian FSB agents. Calm down in safety. After a few weeks, as the media storm rolls over and dissipates, you will have wiser perspective, and can start your new life. You have a new home, treat it with respect. Many Russians are great people. Living there, working there, and still being free 5 years from now when maybe the US empire collapses, will be a great triumph.

DaveyJones's picture

funny, my "spoiled childhood" memories don't include my dad trying to ground me for life, threatening all my friends if they invite me over to their house, and announcing that if I ever come back, he won't let Mom speak on my behalf

Harlequin001's picture

'as he was forced to cancel his application to his current host nation, Russia, after being told he would have to stop leaking secrets as a condition to stay'

That's a tough one that is. Hmmmm. yeah...

No, send me back to a US prison thanks, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah... WTF, it doesn't take the brains of a rocket scientist to work that one out does it?

The Juggernaut's picture

What country will have the balls to stand up against USA?

derek_vineyard's picture

when you play with might get burned

i agree that snowden may have received some bad advice on how 'easy' it might be to get asylum---he appears to be playing his hand like he has a high pocket pair    

he may have underestimated his opponent........hope he gets humble and embraces his asylum

Jumbotron's picture

Well lookee here....

The Functional Retard President speaks about PRISM.....

"Former US president George W Bush has said the controversial PRISM surveillance was designed to protect America, and claimed whistleblower-turned-fugitive Edward Snowden has damaged the nation by revealing its existence.

During an interview with CNN, Dubya said that he had ordered the creation of PRISM to beef up national security, but made sure to tell spooks they must respect civil liberties.

Bush said: "I put that program in place to protect the country. One of the certainties was that civil liberties were guaranteed." "


The only certainty is that this waste of Oval Office space is an enemy of freedom and free people.  Thanks for being so horrible that the sheeple ran to Obama.  Thanks for giving Obama all the tools needed to advance fascism in this country.

MillionDollarBogus_'s picture

So-dumb can be the new Terminal Man;

Mehran Karimi Nasseri (????? ????? ????? pronounced [meh?r?n k?æri?mi n?se?ri]; born 1942), also known as Sir, Alfred Mehran, is an Iranian refugee who lived in the departure lounge of Terminal One in Charles de Gaulle Airport from 26 August 1988 until July 2006, when he was hospitalized for an unspecified ailment. His autobiography has been published as a book (The Terminal Man) and was the basis for the movie The Terminal.


Ying-Yang's picture
“I wanted all things to seem to make some sense,
So we could all be happy, yes, instead of tense.
And I made up lies, so
they all fit nice,
and I made this sad world
a paradise”
? Kurt Vonnegut, A Man Without a Country
Joe Sixpack's picture

He should release everything, then apply to the Vatican.

I stiill wonder if he did not slip out the back door,, and is not headed for Finland via land route. Once he is there, he can apply for asylum.

Isotope's picture

He would look good in a long, black, Jesuit cassock. Dodging CIA assassin rounds in "bullet time."

IdiocracyIsAlreadyHere's picture

The Shrub and Obomba are birds of a feather, both props for TPTB.  Shrub had built in appeal to 1/2 of Idiot America, Obamba to the other 1/2.  Hence the whole facade of "change" to get the rest of the idiots on board with the real program FASCISM.

bunnyswanson's picture

Ahh.  Are you suggesting mankind as a whole, even the leadership, would prefer to live under fascism as opposed to a free and just system?  I don't think so.  MSM may give us the "illusion" the majority are Appalled at the lengths this young man has gone to to get the word out (youarenotonly being watched, but YOU ARE BEING CATEGORIZED) but i haven't met a person without a secret they want to keep.

It's over for the monied class.  They'll be hated into obscurity.  Walking down any street without armed guards is already impossible for The Bankers we throw stones at.  Living a lie is unsustainable.  The sugar coated speeches of self assurance do nothing when a man cannot find a job to support his family.   the promises of transparency are a joke.  The joke is on the Obama Supporters (cellphones + welfare recipients = Speed Dial to Drug Dealer).

It Is Over.  (Santana Samba Pa Ti "it is over") A song

Chupacabra-322's picture

I would certainly avoid the 54 countries which assisted the Criminal US Government in its Rendition program.

A staggering map of the 54 countries that reportedly participated in the CIA’s rendition program

The CIA’s extraordinary rendition program is over, but its scope is still shrouded in some mystery. A just-out report, released by the Open Society Foundation, sheds new light on its shocking scale. According to the report, 54 foreign governments somehow collaborated in the program. Some of those governments are brutal dictatorships, and a few are outright U.S. adversaries.


Their participation took several forms. Some, such as Poland and Lithuania, allowed the CIA to run secret prisons in their countries. Many Middle Eastern, Central Asian and European countries handed over detainees to the CIA, some of whom those countries captured on the agency’s behalf. Other states, particularly in the Middle East, interrogated detainees on the CIA’s behalf, such as Jordan, which accepted several Pakistanis. Several, such as Greece and Spain, allowed flights associated with the CIA program to use their airports.

MeelionDollerBogus's picture

My read of society in general is they'll happily see others put to Fascism just so they can get one more meal in peace, having no conception at all that they lose that meal by having Fascism for anyone. They just are too greedy and too dumb to know better. If only they could be dumb without being greedy enough to make it happen, or greedy without being dumb so they wouldn't be a herd of Stupids, rather, an isolated target to be removed by the rest of us.

Loose Caboose's picture

His withdrawal of his request for asylum in Russia is not about a lack of humility.  I would argue it's more about personal integrity.  Yeah, I know, it's difficult to wrap our head around but some people still have that.

zerozulu's picture

Suggestion to future snodens. Hide first.

PT's picture

He could have hidden, and then he may have disappeared without anyone noticing.  He gambled that publicity would give him some kind of protection.

e-recep's picture

unipolar world is a bitch.

Stackers's picture

Only thing worse than a spoiled American is a self rightous European........

LFMayor's picture

True dat!

We never want to shine the light on how did those enlightened, cultured and very European Germans acted in Belgium about 65 years ago?  LOL.  What a cheese eating French wannabee little priss. 

Belgium, like France but without the good breads and staunch defense.


gorillaonyourback's picture

his new name should be the BABBLING GUY FROM BRUSSELS.  he clearly spent time writing but a few words into his self agrandizing analytical  babble, it was clear i was reading a very low level analysis of the situation.    its sad people put so much effort into trying convince themselves they know it all.  lololololololol

MsCreant's picture

Thanks Davey. I did not junk him but his post sure sucked.

DaveyJones's picture

Yeah, I was thinking a spoiled child would keep his 200k job in hawaii and whore out as an military industiral information complex dude.

Bank guy forgets that arrogance and anger come with the territory. This territory is not for the bowing humble third world minority he paints as the ideal conduit. Some people risk their lives for principle. Clearly not enough do.

The founders were pretty arrogant bastards thought the king. Who the hell are they to write the ideal public contract?  Naive smartasses. Trying to "save the world" ... "save your country" ... "save your constitution" ...beat the empire... is a pretty "arrogant" act. It takes "balls" to steal from another post. If a dying form of journalistic medium is milking it to survive a few more months so be it. It doesn't change the facts...or the bad guys 

the more the assylum lottery is spun in the news, the greater the opportunity to measure where everyone stands. Venezuela, with its oil and english empire adventures has a lot of memories to make up. Some one will give him assylum.

This latest chapter continues to remind me of the early lectures about the future of the internet and how it would not only become "the final frontier" but how it would create, for the first time, intellectual, economic, and POLITICAL power centers detached from geography. Wikileaks, Snowden, TwoFacedbook and the NSA are major characters in this play. THey use these toys to track everything you say, buy and visit.   

LostAtSea's picture

right on.  Hard to believe he's being called a spoiled brat for standing by his principles and rejecting Putin's demmand to stop.  He's risked everything for something he believes in.  How many of us would do that?


NumberNone's picture

Welcome to World Peace.  All the world's government working in unison and harmony together.  Our individual futures look brighter than ever.  

Shell Game's picture

I fucking hate Whirled Peas...

Tsukato's picture

I think I've hit upon the answer to all our troubles, and to be honest, it would be very unpopular, but its the only way to restore freedom and a level playing field in all respects: A Butlerian Jihad (for all you Dune fans). Perhaps the Internet, computers, smart phones, satellites, etc. are not the plebs tools for freedom, we had hoped they would be.What have we really gained? Robo trading, Ben shalom s digital printing press, Internet porn, lost freedoms, the inability to speak freely, lost social ability, the decline in ethics and morality throughout the world, drones and killer robots, gmo foods, etc. this breakthrough in technology has really not benefitted many, and just become another opiate for the masses, and a tool for oppression. Until this crack pipe is ripped from the world's mouth, we will never be free.
Free porn, farm gaming, text messaging, selling worthless bullshit. This is just about the extent of possible benefits for the average person. At what price, I ask?

Cursive's picture

@bank guy in Brussels

This is great analysis and Snowden should have considered it.  Who is junking this?

fonzannoon's picture

Cursive if we are going to take all this at face value then Putin said he could stay as long as he stopped putting out material that could damage the U.S. Snowden, in response to that, changed his mind about requesting asylum in Russia.

That does not seem spoiled brat like to me. That sounds like he is keeping with his principles....again...if we take all this at face value.

fuu's picture

Meanwhile we avoid the obvious, why the fuck does Russia care about America getting hurt? When did that start happening? How does that change assumptions regarding the balance of world power? I certainly did not expect to hear Putin say that.

fonzannoon's picture

I was wondering if that was Putin having a good laugh at the U.S. I am pretty sure that within 5 mins of Snowden getting there Putin knew every single detail that Snowden knew, whether it was revealed yet or not. Maybe it serves Putin better to have Snowden shut up now and Putin can use what info was not released as leverage?

fuu's picture

I'm not up to quadruple reverse double speak this morning.

McMolotov's picture

I just read this story and some of the (extremely disappointing) comments:

It seems that calling out Obama has the Left in a tizzy, and they have developed a passionate newfound love for government surveillance.

It'll be interesting to see how this plays out. There's been — to my eyes anyway — a massive swing in "internet public opinion" in the past few days. The media are either doing a wonderful job of converting the masses into Snowden haters, or there has been a flood of fake commenters calling the guy a traitor. It's hard to tell what's going on. I'm afraid it's a mixture of both, and it will successfully transform Snowden from Nathan Hale to Benedict Arnold in the eyes of the public.

I still believe...

overmedicatedundersexed's picture

I don't know what snowden is, but I do know what the MSM and .gov alphbet agencies are..the enemy of MY enemy is my friend. dis info on snowden can't correct the obvious blood lust of the likes of McCain and the big .gov MSM.

Snowden is a hero to me, as long as this quilty verdict w/o trial is the main story on MSM.

pods's picture

Well I look at what was released and brought to the front of our minds more than his rationale, or motives.

So I thank him and wish him good luck.

Now to brace myself for all of the "freedom" celebrations coming up shortly.

Fuck it, I will take the kids panning for gold.


IdiocracyIsAlreadyHere's picture

That is why the whole left/right dichotomy in the US is such bullshit.  The "Red Team" cheers for oppression as long as their man is in charge and the "Blue Team" does exactly the same.  Remember, around 25% of the population genuinely scores as "High Authoritarian Followers", the majority is in the mushy middle and often easily manipulated.  The bottom of the authoritarian personality spectrum only accounts for 5-10% of the population which is why genuine outrage is so hard to find.

Nikao7's picture

Putin demanding him to stop leaking is merely for the benefit of saving face with America.  As if he is doing them a favor by at least making Snowden stop leaking.  Makes him look semi good in spite of offering Snowden a place to stay.  Just politics

DaveyJones's picture

Putin already knew he would not stop, so the deal was cut. Each guy looks good and Snowden delivers to Putin for his own ass.

Uncle Remus's picture

Have you tried reading what's not written or hearing what's not said?

Joe Sixpack's picture

Sneak out back door. Land route to Finland.

What possible countries are not on the list?

Liechtenstein (banking country not likely)

New Zealand


Luxembourg (Dutch and banking country, not likely)

South Africa

Monaco (it would be a gamble)






Belize (he would not survive long)

Guatemala (probably would not take him)


Maybe he is really not even in the Russian airport. This is quite possible, but would Putin lie for him? Did the rich guy from Iceland take him somewhere else?


Wakanda's picture

Do you have a bad case of hero envy?

Face it Bank Guy, Ed Snowden is rocking our world.

chindit13's picture

For one who writes rather long posts and pretends to speak with authority, you know surprisingly little about anything.  Just for starters, try this:  Anna Politkovskaya.

Totentänzerlied's picture

You've opened your mouth and proved your idiocy.

g'kar's picture

"Countries like the US that have had somewhat 'easy' asylum as a back-door way of allowing immigration, in order to increase the labour pool, depress worker wages, and increase the number of citizens who are politically docile"

...and to make sure we can get plenty "terrorists" so when the intelligence agencies need a fundraiser they have plenty of Chechyen patsy's to use.

(Courtesy of The Long Kiss Goodnight)



matrix2012's picture

@bank guy in Brussels

perhaps following will help to regain the comprehension... :-)


How to identify a limited hangout op?


The operations of secret intelligence agencies aiming at the manipulation of public opinion generally involve a combination of cynical deception with the pathetic gullibility of the targeted populations.

There is ample reason to believe that the case of Edward Joseph Snowden fits into this pattern. We are likely dealing here with a limited hangout operation, in which carefully selected and falsified documents and other materials are deliberately revealed by an insider who pretends to be a fugitive rebelling against the excesses of some oppressive or dangerous government agency. 

But the revelations turn out to have been prepared with a view to shaping the public consciousness in a way which is advantageous to the intelligence agency involved. At the same time, gullible young people can be duped into supporting a personality cult of the leaker, more commonly referred to as a “whistleblower.” A further variation on the theme can be the attempt of the sponsoring intelligence agency to introduce their chosen conduit, now posing as a defector, into the intelligence apparatus of a targeted foreign government. In this case, the leaker or whistleblower attains the status of a triple agent.


SEE ALSO  Gordon Duff at Veterans Today!