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Aftershocks Of The Edward Snowden Case

New details about American surveillance are still coming to light, months after the initial leak by former government contractor Edward Snowden. This past weekend, reports surfaced that the United States may have been eavesdropping on German Chancellor Angela Merkel since 2002. All the while, Snowden remains in diplomatic limbo in Russia. Kojo chats with Jesselyn Radack, an activist who is one of the few Americans to meet and speak with Snowden since he fled the country.

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