MP3: Snowden threatens more disclosures in live webchat as US labels previous leak 'treason'

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Snowden threatens more disclosures in live webchat as US labels previous leak \'treason\' MP3

The man who leaked classified documents revealing the US government's extensive surveillance activities is threatening to make more disclosures, saying 'Truth is coming and it can't be stopped'. Logged on from a secret location presumed to be Hong Kong, Edward Snowden has participated in a webchat, taking questions live online just as his father begged him not to do anything that could constitute treason. Source: abc.net.au

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