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Don’t Pardon Edward Snowden

He performed a service by revealing NSA methods but should still face a jury

The movement to pardon National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden is picking up momentum, with human-rights groups, editorial boards, the Libertarian Party candidate for president, and some former intelligence officers hopping on board. Even Eric Holder, the former attorney general, has said Snowden performed a

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