White House says Snowden should still face charges in U.S (4)

Reuters 2013.12.16 22:09
WASHINGTON WASHINGTON (Reuters) - White House spokesman Jay Carney dismissed the suggestion on Monday that the United States could grant amnesty to former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden if he were to turn over the documents in his possession. "Our position has not changed on that matter at all," Carney told reporters at a briefing in response to a question.
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