"Snowden is a traitor" and "The information he leaked isn't true" can't both be accurate!Submitted by goldenequity on Fri, 06/14/2013 - 08:22
Treason can only apply if Snowden's leaks are factually correct.
Someone can't be guilty of treason for making up their own fictional slides and handing them to the Guardian. That's not treason... that's just a prank.
James Clapper and everyone else in the intelligence apparatus denies the government is spying on you at all. Therefore, Snowden can't be engaged in "treason" because the information he leaked isn't real.
So, according to the NSA, Snowden is engaged in nothing more than a giant prank.
By claiming he's guilty of treason, people like Sen. Feinstein are actually admitting his leaked PRISM slides are, in fact, correct and true.