Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Unless, of course, you are a regular reader of this blog. In which case, you would be well aware of the fact that a presidential pardon for Mr. Snowden would most certainly not be the strangest thing in the history of intelligence / espionage / and spying. Not even close.
Recall some of our recent posts:
1. Speaking of Captured Spies
2. The Spy Who Didn't Love Us (and was Pardoned)
3. The First Spy Pardon
4. Laura H. Ingalls - Just One Flight Too Many
5. Lincoln and the John Yates Beall Incident
6. Not Your Average German Pirate
7. John Deutch, And Why Not?
8. Context: How Soon We Forget
9. Clemency for Terrorists? Traaaaa-dition!
10. Kansas: Remembering "Red Kate"