Charlie McGrath on Snowden: “I hope he makes it to his final destination still breathing.”

As the mysterious fatal car “accident” of investigative journalist Michael Hastings one week ago demonstrates:

“[Snowden’s] best play is to be invisible at this point. There is no extent that this government won’t go to to “bring him to justice.”

Newscaster: But is he in that much danger, is this necessary?

“If he wants to stay alive . . . of course he’s in that much danger.

“The true story here is the decimation of personal freedom inside the United States.

“We’re being led to believe that the U.S. government has dictatorial power, not just over this nation, but over the whole world. That is what they’re trying to prove.”

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2 Responses to Charlie McGrath on Snowden: “I hope he makes it to his final destination still breathing.”

  1. ksense says:

    If it’s true that Hastings is dead. We can believe whatever we choose but only truth is truth. I haven’t decided which I believe, yet.

  2. queenvictrola says:

    I see the seeker drones. Maybe they have already started using them. Not beyond any realm of possibility knowing how much has been kept from us.

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