NSA may consider amnesty for Snowden; panel recommends reforms

12/15/2013 | Guardian (London), The · Hill, The · Hill, The

The National Security Agency reportedly could consider an amnesty deal for Edward Snowden, the former security consultant who has leaked NSA documents. NSA investigator Richard Ledgett said he thinks amnesty is a conversation worth having, but the agency's director, Gen. Keith Alexander, and the State Department are against such a move. Separately, a White House review recommends 40 reforms to NSA surveillance actions. Also, NSA Deputy Director Chris Inglis has resigned, and Fran Fleisch will take his place at least temporarily.

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