Friday, July 5, 2013

Ex-Russian spy Anna Chapman proposes marriage to Edward Snowden

Their wedding march will be Midnight in Moscow

Guadalajara -
Earlier this week Russian president Vladimir Putin again ruled out any extradition of former NSA security contractor Edward Snowden to the United States, where the turnkey awaits him. Putin did acknowledge that Russia has occasionally swapped secret agents with the West. One of those was Anna Vasilyevna Kushchyenko in the summer of 2010. Putin: Snowden can stay, but no more NSA leaks.

Now comes word that on Wednesday, Anna Chapman - her married (now dissolved) name - proposed to Snowden via her Twitter account. That would not only give the harried fugitive a visa, it would entitle him to Russian citizenship as well, as the spouse of a Russkie. A Russkie who is purportedly the daughter of a former high ranking KGB officer, it should be noted.

President Putin was unavailable for immediate comment. He's busy today hunting down gay foreigners who are trying to adopt Russian kids. "Putin: I've had it with those same sex couples".

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