Reuters: U.S. House panel slams former NSA contractor Snowden
A U.S congressional intelligence committee on Thursday issued a scathing report accusing former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden of leaking information that "caused tremendous damage" to U.S. national security, lying about his background and feuding with co-workers.
In a report endorsed by both its Republican and Democratic leaders, the House intelligence committee said Snowden was "not a whistleblower" as he has claimed.
Most of the material he stole from the NSA was not about invasions of privacy, but revealed intelligence and defense programs of great interest to America's foreign adversaries, it said.
Read more ....
More News On The U.S Congressional Intelligence Committee's Report On Edward Snowden
Congressional report slams NSA leaker Edward Snowden -- AP
House Intelligence Committee Urges No Pardon for Edward Snowden -- NYT
House Intel Committee Blasts Snowden as Disgruntled Worker, 'Serial Fabricator' -- ABC News
House Committee: Edward Snowden's Leaks Did 'Tremendous Damage' -- NBC News
House urges Obama not to pardon Snowden, claims he is ‘not a whistleblower’ -- RT
Bipartisan House Intelligence Committee report says Snowden is no hero -- USA Today
With 'Snowden' set to open, House panel calls former NSA contractor a 'serial exaggerator and fabricator' -- L.A. Times
House Intel Panel Blasts Snowden In New Report, One Day Before Movie Release -- The Intercept
Edward Snowden Responds
Edward Snowden hits out at critical report into his activities -- BBC
Edward Snowden hits back after House committee report brands him a 'disgruntled employee' -- The Telegraph
Snowden Calls US House Committee Report on Him 'Distorted' -- Sputnik