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Why did CNN Report on Snowden’s Helpers in Hong Kong?

CNN wrote a piece highlighting the asylum seekers in Hong Kong who helped shelter Edward Snowden, while he was trying to find a place to go to (before he ended up in Russia). These people are now putting their name out in the public as Oliver Stone’s ‘Snowden’ movie is out in theaters. Fifteen minutes […]
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