Is search for Snowden turning into sideshow?

June 30, 2013 • World News

FILE – This June 27, 2013 file photo shows a view of the lobby of the Novotel Hotel in Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport, Russia. Glass doors in the background separate the lobby from the hotel wing that lies within the airport’s transit zone. President Vladimir Putin has said that National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden has stayed in the transit zone since his arrival in Moscow. Whisked out of a luxury Hong Kong hotel, vanishing into a mysterious wing of the Moscow airport, Snowden’s continent-jumping, hide-and-seek game seems like the stuff of a pulp thriller _ a desperate man’s drama played out before a worldwide audience trying to decide if he’s a hero or a villain. But the search for the former National Security Agency contractor who spilled government secrets has become something of a distracting sideshow, some say, overshadowing at least for now the important debate over the government’s power to seize the phone and Internet records of millions of AmeriLogin to read more

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