Snowden’s Russian lawyer: “I’ve looked him in the eye. He has ideals. What kind of lawyer wouldn’t want to take his case?”

Picture released by Human Rights Watch shows US National Security Agency (NSA) fugitive leaker Edward Snowden during a meeting with rights activists at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport Friday. (Photo: Tanya Lokshina AFP/Getty Images)

When Snowden’s new Russian lawyer asked him why he had remained in the airport’s transit hotel for so long, Snowden responded that “he didn’t know what to do” . . .

It’s difficult not to identify with this courageous young man who has, apparently, been wearing the same clothes for a solid month.

Here’s a clip from today’s spiegel.de interview.

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