Comment: I didn't say he didn't have a lawyer

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I didn't say he didn't have a lawyer

I asked where the lawyer was. Anytime you see someone in a high profile case like this, especially where they've defected to another country, they always have their lawyers with them in interviews or any public announcements.

When you described the basis of her argument it wasn't based on the entirety of it.

1. He was very organized (more than normal)
2. His interview seemed as though he had rehearsed for it
3. Mention of his personal losses
4. Some what suspicious escape from the country
5. Lack of lawyers

You focused on #2 in your original post, unlike now where you state that he "doesn't behave like other whistle blowers." I think that's a much more fair description of her article; and I agree with you on that.