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Sarah Harrison Arrives In Germany After Successfully Securing Snowden Asylum

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BERLIN, GERMANY - NOVEMBER 6: WikiLeaks journalist Sarah Harrison, who spent four months assisting whistleblower Edward Snowden, poses for a portrait on November 6, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. Miss Harrison stated 'As a journalist I have spent the last four months with NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden and arrived in Germany over the weekend. I worked in Hong Kong as part of the WikiLeaks team that brokered a number of asylum offers for Snowden and negotiated his safe exit from Hong Kong to take up his legal right to seek asylum. I was travelling with him on our way to Latin America when the United States revoked his passport, stranding him in Russia. For the next 39 days I remained with him in the transit zone of Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport, where I assisted in his legal application to 21 countries for asylum, including Germany, successfully securing his asylum in Russia despite substantial pressure by the United States. I then remained with him until our team was confident that he had established himself and was free from the interference of any government.' (Photo by Sunshinepress/Getty Images)
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BERLIN, GERMANY - NOVEMBER 6: WikiLeaks journalist Sarah Harrison, who spent four months assisting whistleblower Edward Snowden, poses for a portrait on November 6, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. Miss Harrison stated 'As a journalist I have spent the last four months with NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden and arrived in Germany over the weekend. I worked in Hong Kong as part of the WikiLeaks team that brokered a number of asylum offers for Snowden and negotiated his safe exit from Hong Kong to take up his legal right to seek asylum. I was travelling with him on our way to Latin America when the United States revoked his passport, stranding him in Russia. For the next 39 days I remained with him in the transit zone of Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport, where I assisted in his legal application to 21 countries for asylum, including Germany, successfully securing his asylum in Russia despite substantial pressure by the United States. I then remained with him until our team was confident that he had established himself and was free from the interference of any government.' (Photo by Sunshinepress/Getty Images)
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WikiLeaks journalist Sarah Harrison who spent four months assisting... Nachrichtenfoto 187128445Berlin,Deutschland,Edward Snowden,Journalist,Mithilfe,Monat,Politik,Porträt,Vermischtes,Vertikal,WikiLeaksPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 Sunshine Press ProductionsBERLIN, GERMANY - NOVEMBER 6: WikiLeaks journalist Sarah Harrison, who spent four months assisting whistleblower Edward Snowden, poses for a portrait on November 6, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. Miss Harrison stated 'As a journalist I have spent the last four months with NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden and arrived in Germany over the weekend. I worked in Hong Kong as part of the WikiLeaks team that brokered a number of asylum offers for Snowden and negotiated his safe exit from Hong Kong to take up his legal right to seek asylum. I was travelling with him on our way to Latin America when the United States revoked his passport, stranding him in Russia. For the next 39 days I remained with him in the transit zone of Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport, where I assisted in his legal application to 21 countries for asylum, including Germany, successfully securing his asylum in Russia despite substantial pressure by the United States. I then remained with him until our team was confident that he had established himself and was free from the interference of any government.' (Photo by Sunshinepress/Getty Images)