The 29-year-old former technical assistant for the CIA and current employee of the defence contractor Booz Allen Hamilton, Edward Snowden, is now labeled as "brave man" by the public after revealing the "secret" with his own name exposed upon his own request. "I have no intention of hiding who I am because I know I have done nothing wrong," he said.
The question is: Is he telling the whole story? OR does the information he holds tell the whole story behind?
Having been working at the NSA for the past 4 years as a technical assistant, Snowden claimed he had access to such confidential documents, and had ways to copy them, to take them home and all the way to a city on another side of the globe?!! But...
Why did he choose Hong Kong, a city that has an extradition treaty with the US?!! Didn't he google that beforehand?!
Who authorized Snowden's access to NSA's secrets? What kinda security is that at NSA? Employees can copy documents and take them home after work bit by bit and repeatedly?! Even many local companies disable the USB ports on all computers! Snowden's title shows he's obviously a relatively low-level employee at NSA, if it is that easy to steal information out of the NSA door, is someone helping him? Or instructing him?
If not, is it a fact that while the United States of America can control billions of all our communications everyday, it can't control the assets at its own National Security office?!
Or, if Snowden is significant enough to access such confidential documents, he thinks it is safe and effective to prevent eavesdropping by simply lining the door of his hotel room with a few pillows?
If he has been such a technical person for the past 4 years at NSA, he thinks putting on a hood over his head and laptop when entering his passwords is good enough to prevent the passwords from being detected?
Just like the Hollywood movie scenes, many are made with a curtain behind! Can the Snowden case be similar?