24. June 2013 14:51
By Olga Razumovskaya and Paul Sonne
MOSCOW — Flight attendants on Aeroflot SU-150 bound for Havana said Monday that Edward Snowden, the former security contractor wanted by U.S. authorities for allegedly leaking National Security Agency documents, wasn’t on board the flight.
"That pass... [More]
24. June 2013 14:23
The man in Red below almost looks more like Boyles, than Snowden. A pronounced Chin, an "Adams Apple" and no Moles. The guy in Red is the only proof we have that Snowden was in Russia. Weird, huh? Probably just a coincidence though. Sorry, the last name is "Boyle" with no s.
23. June 2013 16:27
Snowden arrived at the airport in Moscow and there was no sign of him physically being there, until now, or not? Tomorrow's tabloids may have this picture of Snowden (Red Shirt):
But, is it really Snowden? How about a closer look:
The guy in Red is a skinny runt like Snowden, but the facial fe... [More]
23. June 2013 15:42
Snowden, not seen in the NYT footage of reporters at the Moscow airport, where Snowden allegedly arrived, was said to be "whisked away" to an airport hotel for 24hrs. (the Russians will only let him stay that long). He plans to go to Central America next (according to some reports). Why didn't he sh... [More]
23. June 2013 12:50
The latest buzz across mainstream and alternative news sites is that Edward Snowden is about to seek asylum in either Ecuador, Iceland, Cuba, Venezuela or Russia. But, there are also reports that his Passport has been revoked. So, what does it mean to revoke a Passport? It means that the State Dept.... [More]
21. June 2013 22:26
Free trip to Vegas ;) if you can make a good case as to why these two scenes are different with regard to the car's front-end.
In this image, the car appears to have a front-end extending past the tree:
In this picture, it is completely gone:
Any logical explanation? I'm sure there is one, bu... [More]
21. June 2013 20:00
He makes some good points, many of which so many people have thought of. This post just sums it up nicely:
I understand well that not everything that happens needs to be a conspiracy, and that people do stupid things and sometimes die for it.
I might not have even paid attention, had he been... [More]