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Snowden reveals his secret marriage in Moscow

Edward Snowden, a former CIA employee, married his girlfriend Lindsay Mills in Russia.

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — Edward Snowden, a former NSA employee, married his girlfriend Lindsay Mills in Russia. Snowden said in an interview with the newspaper “The Guardian” Britain, that the marriage took place in one of the offices of the Civil Registry in Moscow.

The former CIA employee said that, at the outset of his stay in Russia, he was afraid that the CIA was watching him, admitting he felt lonely and separated from the world.

“I was the one who wanted the most powerful government in the world to settle its scores with me.”

According to him , he has been easily moving in Moscow, travels in the metro and attends exhibitions. He said he was planning his future in Moscow.

Former US intelligence officer Edward Snowden handed over a number of classified materials for US and British security listening programs to The Washington Post and Guardian in June 2013 and then went to Hong Kong. Kong, of which fled to Russia, where he arrived at the “Sheremetyevo” airport in Moscow, to get from then on the right of temporary political asylum, and the United States of America addressed to Edward Snowden, the deliberate delivery of data confidentiality to foreign security services charge, in addition to directing a number of other charges Right, where the contractor faces a A former CIA, the threat of a prison sentence for more than 10 years.

It should be noted that the Russian Federation provided Snowden with temporary asylum for one year, provided that his activities against the United States of America ceased, and on 1 August 2014 Snowden received a three-year residence permit that would allow him to travel not only within Russia. But outside, too.

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