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“No, the United States should not grant immunity to Edward Snowden. However, Mr. Snowden directed Americans' collective attention to the NSA surveillance of citizens, which in its current scope of gathering the metadata, is unconstitutional. However, exposing classified components of American Foreign Policy using the press and Wikileaks is grounds for treason in the United States of America. Edward Snowden should come back to face the consequences of his actions and should be federally charged for his crimes.”

From a Republican in Indianapolis, IN
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Yes