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Published on Jun 24, 2013
As Edward Snowden flees from the United States, he’s found sympathetic governments around the world to assist in his flight to asylum. China, Russia, Cuba, and Ecuador are all playing a role in this saga, leaving the United States wondering why it can’t find a willing partner to assist in Snowden’s arrest. Political Commentator Sam Sacks breaks down the reasons why few are willing to do the United States a favor when it comes to capturing Snowden.