Snowden’s NSA leaking was illegal and should be prosecuted, expert says

The debate over the actions of Edward Snowden, the former C.I.A. employee who revealed himself as the leaker who gave The Guardian newspaper information about the National Security Agency’s surveillance program, has continued to consume the public.

He has been hailed as a hero and a traitor. Some say his whistle-blowing should be praised while others say he should be prosecuted.

Host Carmen Russell-Sluchansky spoke with University of Chicago law professor Geoffrey Stone, who says the law is clear about Snowden’s activities and what he did was illegal, about the story.

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Carmen is a multimedia journalist based in Washington, DC whose work has appeared in a variety of outlets including National Geographic, NBC News, the BBC, Asia! Magazine, The China Post, Chicago Tribune and Orlando Sentinel.