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US sues for Edward Snowden’s income from new book

By DW
21 September 2019   |   3:01 pm
The Justice Department aims to "recover all proceeds" from the whistleblower's new book. Snowden said the move shows his memoir, "Permanent Record," is "so truthful that it was literally against the law to write."

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