Petition statement to be delivered to Vladimir Putin, President of Rusia

Petition to Vladimir Putin to Assist in Protection of Edward Snowden and a Military Escort to the country that provides him political asylum.

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Petition to Vladimir Putin to Assist in Protection of Edward Snowden and a Military Escort to the country that provides him political asylum.

To be delivered to Vladimir Putin, President of Rusia

Petition Statement

Dear President Putin, please assist in protecting Edward Snowden and giving him Russian military protection to the country that provides him political asylum. Millions of Americans support him as a national hero, patriot, and will be grateful for the help you can provide to save his life.
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Petition Background

This Petition is about Saving Edward Snowdens' life. It is known that although President Obama has stated that whistleblowers should be protected, actions by the US government have proven otherwise. It is known that Eva Morales airplane was forced to land and searched. It is also known that recently reporter Michael Hastings died in a suspicious car crash. The US government has many high tech weapons developed that could cause the crash of a plane, as well as the technology to remote control aircraft. Americans do not trust their government or "elected" officials or the actions which they have taken.

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