Transcript for Edward Snowden and NSA's International Intrigue
Brand new job tonight for the man who revealed America's sweeping spy program Edward -- of course is now living in Russia. And it comes as Forbes magazine just this week named president Vladimir Putin the most powerful leader in the world -- putting President Obama now at number two. Putin's rise in part due to his handling of snowed in and tonight those new reports that Snowden is now employed again. ABC's chief investigative correspondent Brian Ross on the case again tonight. In looking for a job with a Moscow Internet company. Eds note certainly didn't have any references -- last employer in the US intelligence community. He remains perhaps America's Most Wanted fugitive as he freely acknowledges -- -- and the while congress is now considering changing laws because of snow and US officials testified he is nothing but a trader rescue -- yes absolutely. Much of the outrage has to do with the embarrassment -- the USS revealed to be spying on allies like German Chancellor Angela Merkel. The leaders of 34 other countries. We have to do something to turn this off. We have to repair the damage otherwise it's gonna spin out of control the German parliament has scheduled a special session next -- to investigate the US -- And stowed in -- US lawyer said today there are now discussions that he might be given asylum to go to Berlin to testify in what would be his first public forum. That would entail. Germany taking an extremely. Extremely strong step against the US. US officials say they expect the worst digestive conference and most of -- our lawyers tell ABC news tonight that his example. As -- -- several other current and former NSA employees and contractors to come forward with their own secrets to reveal. -- -- but they're telling you to worship to come yes Brian thank you.
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