Russia still hasn’t given Edward Snowden his walking papers

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MOSCOW, RUSSIA – It looks like Eddie ‘The Snowman’ Snowden will be hanging around Moscow’s international airport a little while longer.

We first heard that the Russians were giving him the papers he needs to leave the airport, take a shower, change his clothes, and look for an embassy that will take him in.

But now one of his lawyers says the Russians are taking their good old sweet time, checking everything out to make sure Eddie’s not up to something.

Uncle Sam would love to have The Snowman back in the U.S. to face charges for stealing top secret secrets from the National Security Agency.

Heck, even former president Jimmy Carter says he done wrong, “What Snowden did is obviously a serious violation of the law.”

Snowden has been confined to the Moscow airport since June 23, and, if he`s like others with unexpected airport layovers, he’s probably pretty ripe by now.

Talk about creating an international stink.

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