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Where Edward Snowden Could Fly Without Getting Hauled Back To The U.S. [Infographic]


There's some confusion about where, exactly, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden is right now. He was going to board a flight to Cuba, didn't, and then requested asylum in Ecuador. Or maybe he left for somewhere else when he high-tailed it out of Russia. Or maybe he's still in Russia?

Quartz created this beautiful map, showing every flight path between countries that don't have extradition treaties with the U.S., which gives us an idea of where Snowden might fly (or has already flown).

There are 107 countries with bilateral extradition agreements--but that includes countries like Ecuador and Cuba that at one point allowed for extraditions and don't anymore.

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Comment by Ed Price
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He did his "dastardly" deed. It's done. Does he still have access to top secret stuff? If so, Government is allowing it.

The whole thing is about revenge. Let him go and stop wasting money on revenge.