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Edward Snowden – Guardian Person of the Year

Snowden,-EdwardSnowden wins Guardian Person of Year, boosts Targeted Individuals’ credibility  Deborah Dupre Human Rights Examiner 12 Dec 13, Whistleblower Edward Snowden has beenawarded the Guardian Person of the Year 2013 on Monday for exposing some of what every targeted individual survivor wants the world to know regarding surveillance human rights privacy abuses, but not that 24/7 surveillance is used to terrorize millions of innocent corporate-government victims.

“For the second year in a row, a young American whistleblower alarmed at the unfettered and at times cynical deployment of power by the world’s foremost superpower has been voted the Guardian’s person of the year,” reported Lori Price of Citizens for Legitimate Government……….Targeted individuals, however, are far from “few.” Everyone of them knows first-hand about surveillance issues.

As one such targeted person, Katherine Moore, points out, a2009 Department of Justice survey revealed that 5.9 million Americans are targeted individuals. These innocent Americans are victims of surveillance “targeting” by large corporations, extremist groups, and/or outlaw factions of state, local, and federal law enforcement, according to Moore.

Those innocent targeted individuals have known and unsuccessfully reported to media and human rights groups for years what Snowden finally did in a way that media could no longer dismiss……….http://www.examiner.com/article/snowden-wins-guardian-person-of-year-boosts-targeted-individuals-credibility?CID=examiner_alerts_article

December 12, 2013 - Posted by | 2 WORLD, civil liberties

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