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NSA Surveillance / Snowden #1054291

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 31, 2013
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(Studio: David Muir) The naming by "Forbes" magazine of Russian President Vladimir Putin as the world's most powerful person over President Obama cited.

(Studio: Brian Ross) A report that NSA leaker Edward Snowden has gotten a job in Russia with an Internet company examined; details given about US spying on leaders like German Chancellor Angela Merkel. [SNOWDEN - talks about the persecution.] [At hearings, national intelligence director James CLAPPER- calls Snowden a traitor.] [Center for Strategic and International Studies James LEWIS†- says we have to turn this off and repair the damage.] [Government Accountability Project Jesselyn RADACK†- assesses the prospect of Germany calling Snowden to testify.]

Muir, David;
Ross, Brian

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