Wikileaks helps Edward Snowden leave Hong Kong

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It seems birds of a feather really do flock together.

The group Wikileaks, you know, the guys who like to publish classified information, says they’ve helped NSA leaker Edward Snowden leave Hong Kong where he’s been hiding since he told everybody about the U.S. government’s top-secret surveillance programs.

Snowden is wanted in the U.S. for espionage and almost got extradited but Hong Kong officials say the request didn’t comply with their legal requirements.

Of course U.S. officials are refuting that but it really doesn’t matter too much now since Snowden is on his way somewhere else.

Reports say his plane landed in Moscow Sunday morning but that’s not his final destination.

Still it’s irritating the tar outta U.S. officials.

Wikileaks peeps say they helped Snowden find political asylum in a democratic country.

After hours of uncertainty we now know he’s heading to Ecuador.

If there’s one thing these guys like to do it’s tell secrets, so we knew it wouldn’t take too long to let the cat out of the bag.