(Reuters) - U.S. intelligence agencies are worried they do not yet know how much highly sensitive material is in the possession of former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, whose whereabouts are unclear, several U.S. officials said.from U.S. officials don't know how much secret material Snowden took
Well, I certainly hope they've learned a lesson from this first-ever espionage incident!
But seriously, the notion that the NSA can't keep track of Snowden, and that he could save his butt by running off to Ecuador are hints that he's actually on assignment for the NSA, and this is all a show on the road to "Armageddon." There might be some layers in the NSA which don't know where he is, but those at the top know, and they know how to keep a secret. It's not known as the Puzzle Palace for nothing.