Greenwald: ‘explosive’ NSA spying reports are imminent


Greenwald promises explosive revelations about cooperation between NSA and German intelligence agencies and says he got 9,000 – 10,000 documents from Snowden and has not analyzed all of them.

Journalist Glenn Greenwald says new reports from the trove of NSA data supplied by whistleblower Edward Snowden can be expected in the next few days. Speaking on a German talkshow, he said they would be even “more explosive in Germany” than previous reporting.

He says Britain, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand are completely in bed with NSA while Germany is in the next tier but still shares data constantly. German elections are in September and Snowden’s whistleblowing is already having an effect upon them.