Anna Chapman chimes in.
The thirteen-hour mandatory stop-over in Vienna was for nothing.
He's allegedly keeping Snowden from his dad.
They mistakenly gave him a travel document, thanks to Assange.
His first public comments from Moscow.
He's applied for asylum in fifteen countries.
President Rafael Correa seems to be hoping he'll abandon the idea.
Bugged offices, Internet monitoring — the usual stuff.
One has "cruise-style beds," while the other keeps certain guests confined to their rooms.
With his "grandstanding."
And that WikiLeaks is a bad influence.
It's part of "network hygiene."
He's the target of a Justice Department investigation.
But trust them, our data is safe.
"I'm not going to be scrambling jets to get a 29-year-old hacker."
Brennan wants to "reinforce our corporate culture of secrecy."
"There was inadequate direction and control."
So says Hong Kong.