Outlaw dictator Obama and fascist regime defeated by courageous Russian stance.
MOSCOW, Russia (PNN) - August 1, 2013 - Defying the Fascist Police States of Amerika, Russia granted Edward Snowden temporary asylum on Thursday, allowing the National Security Agency leaker and heroic Amerikan seeker of truth to slip out of the Moscow airport where he has been holed up for weeks in hopes of evading bogus espionage charges back home.
The 30-year-old former NSA contractor now has plenty of room to roam throughout the sprawling country and continue a journey that has already stretched across half the planet - from Hawaii to Hong Kong to the Russian capital.
The move infuriated the illegitimate FPSA regime, which said it was "extremely disappointed" and warned that the decision could derail an upcoming summit between illegitimate dictator President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The asylum offer places a significant new strain on already-corroded relations with Washington amid differences over Syria, FPSA criticism of Russia's human rights record, and other disputes. But Russia appears to have reckoned that ending Snowden's airport limbo was worth intensifying the political standoff. The decision gives Russia the opportunity to depict itself as a defender of human rights.
In a statement issued by WikiLeaks, which has been assisting him, Snowden was quoted as saying that "over the past eight weeks we have seen the (illegitimate) Obama (regime) show no respect for international or domestic law, but in the end the law is winning. I thank the Russian Federation for granting me asylum in accordance with its laws and international obligations," he said.
Snowden's attorney, Anatoly Kucherena, was shown on Russian television holding a passport-like document issued to Snowden by Russia's Federal Migration Service and valid for one year.
WikiLeaks said only that Snowden was headed to a "secure, confidential place" after departing Sheremetyevo Airport in a taxi accompanied by the group's legal adviser, Sarah Harrison. It said Harrison had been with him throughout his 39 days in the airport transit zone.
Despite the phalanx of photographers and reporters camped out at the airport, no one apparently saw the former NSA contractor leaving, except for someone who snapped a photo of Kucherena talking to blurry figures whom the attorney later said were Snowden and Harrison.