Transcript for Edward Snowden Offered Asylum in Venezuela and Nicaragua
All eyes are on -- snowed in right now the NSA leaker is on the run and we're just hearing this morning he may now be able to -- Moscow and find asylum in Venezuela or Nicaragua but Kenny make it to either country without avoiding US extradition. ABC's -- -- is following the developments for us from Moscow. Good morning Edwards who has been stuck here in Boston -- -- airport for nearly two weeks. But now Venezuela other countries are preparing to throw him a lifeline. The question is. Can he get there. On Friday night Venezuela's president offered him political asylum. That after the president of Nicaragua and Bolivia suggested that they were willing to do the same thing the problem for -- -- -- that he doesn't have many safe routes to travel. You have to go almost to the other side of the globe and most of -- transit -- -- countries have extradition treaty with the United States. Stop and maybe to connect -- Cuba there's a direct flight from here find times -- week. Another option is on a private plane the ones that could make it there without refueling crossed over 200000. Dollars an -- out of the question for -- supporter wants to help. And then there's the question of airspace. Will the United States and other countries -- plane carrying -- to travel over their territory. As for Winston who traveled that went to Cuba today less than an hour ago when he wasn't on board. But he may still be waiting for travel documents to arrive until that we and people be right here waiting.
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