WASHINGTON – Several NSA employees believe that the US government should drop charges against Edward Snowden and allow him to return to the United States.
CBS News reported on Friday it had received that information from a high-ranking official at NSA (National Security Agency).
Reportedly, Rick Leggett who works for NSA told CBS News that the information released by Edward Snowden is barely a fraction of the data he has collected.
Leggett says that in his personal opinion, amnesty for Snowden should be considered. “I must have absolute guarantee however that the unpublished documents will never be made public,” Leggett adds.
According to Leggett, several other employees at NSA agree with him.
Snowden, who currently is enjoying asylum in Russia, has expressed several times he would like to return to the US but only if he is guaranteed he won’t be prosecuted for leaking security information.
Keith Alexander, head of the US Collected Intelligence, is dead set against this idea however and does not want to hear about granted Edward Snowden amnesty.
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