We're going to get to dramatic developments this hour. The american spy fugitive, edward snowden, emerging for the first time in weeks. Let's get to abc's chief investigative correspondent, brian... See More
We're going to get to dramatic developments this hour. The american spy fugitive, edward snowden, emerging for the first time in weeks. Let's get to abc's chief investigative correspondent, brian ross, tracking this story from the start. We know he's been holed up in that moscow airport. Now, we know where in that airport. Reporter: He's asked for a meeting in a couple of hours with leaders of human rights group. In the south wing of the moscow airport, where he will be escorted by heavy security, to meet with these human rights activists. The exact agenda is unknown. But that's where he is now. We know exactly where he is. Confirmation for the first time he's, in fact, still in that airport. Three countries have said, we'll take you. But in the game of catch me if you can, doesn't he have to land there where americans could get help nabbing him? Reporter: That's his problem. Ecuador, venezuela, nicaragua said that they would take snowden if he could get there. And the flight from moscow to havana, his likely route out, took an unusual route. It avoided u.S. Air space, skimmed the coast. This may have been a dry run as to how to get snowden to cuba, without the u.S. Interfering. A practice round or tough nd. Tailwinds? Reporter: That's what they said officially. Our chief investigative correspondent, brian ross, starting us off. Thanks, brian. Now, to the latest in the
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