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“No. Any whistle blower that is accused of endangering national security and the agencies in charge of specific activities directly affecting national security should be subject to a joint congressional-military judicial review and possible prosecution that entails the concept of innocent until proven guilty. Any and all parties that are subsequently prosecuted are then subject to a trial by peers and subject to penalties including life in prison, not death, for conviction of treason.”

From a Democrat in Milan, TN
In reponse to: Should the U.S. government grant immunity to Edward Snowden?

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Yes