NSA Director Says Snowden Leaks Could Lead To Deaths

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In the latest salvo regarding the spying on ordinary Americans by the National Security Agency, the head of that group is saying that soldier’s lives will be put in danger if more documents are released to the public.

General Keith Alexander told Fox News that his “greatest concern” was the possible loss of life because of Snowden’s actions.

Gen. Alexander said the NSA has a “good assessment” of the remaining documents that Snowden stole before he fled to Russia and that many of those documents will compromise U.S. military actions around the world.   Revealing those could put the lives of soldiers and possibly their family members in danger.

He also addressed comments from former President Jimmy Carter that he was concerned the NSA was monitoring e-mails by denying the NSA would do it.

“The reality is, we don’t do that. And if we did, it would be illegal and we’d be … held accountable and responsible,” Gen. Alexander said.

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