Former CIA Chief Says Edward Snowden Partly To Blame For Paris, Should Be Hanged For Treason (VIDEO)

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden: 'They're going to say I aided our enemies' - video interview

Former CIA director James Woolsey appeared on CNN this week and suggested that Edward Snowden has blood on his hands for the Paris terror attacks.

Woolsey said that Snowden should be brought back to America, tried for treason and hanged if found guilty.

The Hill reported:


Ex-CIA director: Snowden should be ‘hanged’ for Paris

A former CIA director says leaker Edward Snowden should be convicted of treason and given the death penalty in the wake of the terrorist attack on Paris.

“It’s still a capital crime, and I would give him the death sentence, and I would prefer to see him hanged by the neck until he’s dead, rather than merely electrocuted,” James Woolsey told CNN’s Brooke Baldwin on Thursday.

Woolsey said Snowden, who divulged classified in 2013, is partly responsible for the terrorist attack in France last week that left at least 120 dead and hundreds injured.

“I think the blood of a lot of these French young people is on his hands,” he said.

Woolsey, who served as the head of the CIA from 1993 to 1995, said the Snowden leak was “substantial.”

“They turned loose not only material about some procedural aspects of something, they turned loose, for example, some substantial material about the Mexican intelligence service and law enforcement working together against human trafficking,” he said.

Here’s the video:


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