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July 2, 2013 7:55 am

Edward Snowden: I am ‘free and able’ to Publish More U.S. Secrets

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Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev at RT's Washington D.C. studios in 2010. Photo: wiki commons.

Fox News – NSA leaker Edward Snowden broke his weeklong silence on Monday, defending his “right to seek asylum” while separately claiming he remains “free and able” to publish sensitive information on U.S. surveillance.

The statements came as it was reported Snowden was seeking asylum in Russia, which says it will not grant him refuge unless he stops leaking.

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