• Snowden took a fall

    Edward was clearly in the wrong but clearly in the right at the same time.

    1. He shouldn't have broke the law even though the government broke itself

    2.Revealing privacy is wrong but they were doing it too so that was wrong

    3.You can't arrest all those guys at the same time

  • He is guilty but in the right

    The government shouldn't keep massive secrets like that, an he was right to share them with the public. However, it was a crime, whether or not it deserves punishment. Sadly, he is guilty but should be innocent by reason of public interest, which is a defence that I feel is needed in treason cases such as Snowden's.

  • Ego maniac lil twit isn't he?

    The traitor came right out of the gate making an ass out of himself.Lamo. He & greenwald will do whatever it takes to bring down the U.S. it seems. Patriot? Hardly. The countrys that seem outraged are a joke playing stupid. Don't they have inte?...No? Really? Or do they have thugs to get the info they need? God bless america

  • He is guilty

    He is guilty because only a traitor would steal from his mighty country and then flee and the sell that information to our enemies. The moment he is captured he should and will be punished to death. And I will throw a party the moment he is killed. He is no better and much worse than the most extreme of terrorists.

  • Snowden is guilty.

    Snowden admitted to stealing property of the US government, and he is currently in hiding because he knows he is guilty. He has petitioned the government for a pardon for his crimes so that be can return to the United States. Some people believe his crime was justified, but there is no denying that he committed a crime.

  • Snowden is Guilty

    Snowden is guilty of breaching trust issues with the National Security Council. Google has come under fire for providing the data of which the Internet conglomerate has denied any dealings. Snowden is guilty of providing information to enemies of America and s guilty of spying openly on the United States.

  • Is Exposing Governmental Espionage against innocent citizens immoral?

    Did he specifically go to an enemy of America, such as Iran, or the Democratic People's Republic of Korea? NO! He gave it to the news organizations so that they could tell it to the people. You may argue "National Security" but that makes you seem like a fool that cannot handle the truth, and the truth is, mass spying on citizen's private actions is illegal. Of course the ACLU is blaming Bush for all of these when it really expanded under Obama. Snowden should be hailed as a national hero who exposed the crimes the federal government has been committing against US citizen.

  • He isnt guilty

    Are you not allowed to share the truth anymore it isn't like he was talking and sharing with another country he should be allowed to say the truth. If you take this away then what is the point of freedom of speech because he is exercising his right, that is not a crime

  • Is The Truth Illegal?

    Most who say he is guilty say that because he released national secrets to the public. But if we arrest or kill him for telling the truth and informing us of our own lack of privacy, we may as well declare that telling the truth about our government is illegal. Do you want to live in a world similar to George Orwell's *1984,* where the government is spying on everything we do and those who talk about it are killed? Do you want everything you email, text, or say in a call to be recorded? If not, then how can you accuse Snowden of wrongdoing?

  • Snowden is not Guilty

    The government was planning to have more surveillance in the US. It was called C-51 and it was an anti-terrorism act that the Canadian Parliament created with the US. It helped the two governments give each other infomation about people. But it also was a way to have more security in the country. But the US wanted to have more surveillance to stop terrorist acts before they happen. This means that people would have their emails read, phone calls listened too, and everyone being tracked. This means cameras everywhere people having there

  • Snowden exposed a guilty government

    Snowden exposed a government operating against its own constitution. American's should first honor the constitution, and second support a government in compliance with it. If the two are not in congruence, it is our American duty to expose and correct the corruption.

    The United States is guilty of spying on all of its citizens, and the head of the NSA is guilty of lying under oath about it. Why hasn't he been prosecuted?

  • He is not guilty

    This information had been known well before his "leak." We didn't know to what extent they were watching us.
    Please notice the dates of these news articles and yet the government
    still only assaults Snowden and not these news companies.
    And the fourth amendment states

    Amendment IV

    "The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized."
    Clearly the government is breaking its own law!

  • Snowden is NOT GUILTY!

    I do not believe that Snowden's verdict should be NOT GUILTY! My opinion is that I would do what he done if it saved all of the citizens of America. I personally would not want the stupid government to be reading my text messages, facebook messages, snapchats, etc. Edward Snowden... THANK YOU!

  • He is not guilty

    A friend mentioned that if it is wrong for him to go into the governments stuff , then why is it not wrong for the government to go into our personal business. Our government has been doing this for years and years. Then they will usually deny it. SO ANSWER ME THAT!!!!

  • He is not guilty

    A friend mentioned that if it is wrong for him to go into the governments stuff , then why is it not wrong for the government to go into our personal business. Our government has been doing this for years and years. Then they will usually deny it. SO ANSWER ME THAT!!!!

  • He's not guilty!!!!!

    The government was looking at what we do. Would you want people reading what you text or put online in your emails?? I don't think you do so there for he's not guilty think about it without him how we would of known that the government was looking at our personal things.. And we wouldn't of known that if he didn't do what he did..

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