Kein Scheiß, der US-Generalstaatsanwalt hat Edward Snowden zugesichert, daß er bei einer Rückkehr nach Amerika nicht gefoltert würde.
Ist doch beruhigend.
„I’ve told the government that I will return if they guarantee a fair trial where I can make a public-interest defense of why this was done, and allow the jury to decide if it was right or wrong in the context of both legality and morality. And the United States responded with a letter from the attorney general saying they promise they would not torture me. I’m not kidding. So it’s still kind of a work-in-progress, but we’ll see where it goes.“