Secretary of State Kerry: Reinstate Edward Snowden’s passport!

The U.S. State Department revoked the passport of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, whose “crime” was to educate Americans and the world about the dangerous growth of the U.S. surveillance state.

Freedom to travel requires a passport. It’s a basic principle.

Ed Snowden didn’t get the due process he deserves.

  Reuters: U.S. Revokes Snowden's Passport
  Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  Guardian: Brazilian President: U.S. “Breach of International Law”
  Washington Post: NSA Collects Millions of Address Books
  Ray McGovern: Snowden Accepts Whistleblower Award

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Number Date Name Location Feel free to add your own ...
66925 1 day ago james forstner Garberville, CA , US
66924 2 days ago Matthew Baker The Hague, OH , NL
66923 2 days ago Jamal Khoury Oak Park, IL , US
66922 3 days ago Leila Gutowski Richmond, VA , US Exposing crimes of our government and military is not a crime.
66921 3 days ago Noenoe barney-campbell honolulu, HI , US
66920 3 days ago Mary Ann Schroeder Caledonia, WI , US
66919 5 days ago Mimi Crock-Ring Grand Junction, MI , US
66918 6 days ago C Davis Sharon, PA , US
66917 6 days ago Anonymous Eureka, CA , US Having read the official administration response to previous attempts to Snowden's quite ethical actions in exposing unconstitutional excesses of the NSA, I have little hope that this administration...
66916 1 week ago sukru kurkcuoglu Mugla, MI , TR It is gullible to expect that John Kerry would take the result of this action into consideration!!
66915 1 week ago chengiah ragaven prof Gautang, Johnnesburg, ot , ZA In the name of Democracy and Free Speech. Only if that still holds in the USA.
66914 1 week ago David Gray Charlotte, NC , US
66913 1 week ago Kathleen Anderson wilmington, NC , US
66912 1 week ago Julia Berger New Haven, CT , US
66911 1 week ago Valerie Hope Portland, OR , US
66910 1 week ago Gregg Orr san diego, CA , US
66909 1 week ago Jill North Jackson, CA , US I believe mr. Snowden did what he had to do. He should be free but I fear for his safety.
66908 2 weeks ago Steven Ranieri Albuquerque, NM , US Attempts to keep the American people in the dark about what happens both, in the U.S. and abroad, is not in the best interests of the nation.
66907 2 weeks ago Linda McClure San Diego, CA , US
66906 2 weeks ago Andrea Cain Fall River, MA , US Citizens of this country should be allowed to speak out against corruption and not have to worry about punishment in any form. This country is becoming china.
66905 2 weeks ago Tacey Begor Portland, OR , US
66904 2 weeks ago Diane Curlette Boulder, CO , US
66903 2 weeks ago Daniel Coe Louisville, KY , US
66902 2 weeks ago Jeffrey Lyons Des Moines, IA , US
66901 2 weeks ago Anonymous Saint Paul, MN , US
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