Wikileaks Releases 6 New Edward Snowden Videos, First Since June

Wikileaks YouTube channel has released six new Edward Snowden videos showing his speech after receiving the Sam Adams Award for Integrity in Intelligence. Here are the videos.

6 & 5: The Weird Silent Clips [silent clip]

Clip 6 just shows Snowden sitting at a big dinner table and clip 5 below is just him smiling

Edward Snowden speaks about dangers to democracy at Sam Adams award presentation in MoscowOctober the 9th 2013, Sarah Harrison WikiLeaks journalist seated next to Mr Snowden on left of picture. Also present, whistleblowers from NSA, CIA, FBI, DoJ, Mr. Snowden's Russian lawyer, and translators.2013-10-11T22:23:13.000Z

4.Edward Snowden Speaks About NSA Programs

Edward Snowden speaks about NSA programmes at Sam Adams award presentation in MoscowOctober the 9th 2013, Sarah Harrison WikiLeaks journalist seated next to Mr Snowden on left of picture. Also present, whistleblowers from NSA, CIA, FBI, DoJ, Mr. Snowden's Russian lawyer, and translators.2013-10-11T20:35:15.000Z

3. Edward Snowden Receives Sam Adams Award

Edward Snowden receives Sam Adams award in MoscowOctober the 9th 2013, Sarah Harrison WikiLeaks journalist seated next to Mr Snowden on left of picture. Also present, whistleblowers from NSA, CIA, FBI, DoJ, Mr. Snowden's Russian lawyer, and translators.2013-10-11T22:23:00.000Z

2. Edward Snowden Speaks About Government Transparency

Edward Snowden speaks about government transparency at Sam Adams award presentation in MoscowOctober the 9th 2013, Sarah Harrison WikiLeaks journalist seated next to Mr Snowden on left of picture. Also present, whistleblowers from NSA, CIA, FBI, DoJ, Mr. Snowden's Russian lawyer, and translators.2013-10-11T22:23:06.000Z

1. Edward Snowden Speaks About Dangers to Democracy

Edward Snowden speaks about dangers to democracy at Sam Adams award presentation in MoscowOctober the 9th 2013, Sarah Harrison WikiLeaks journalist seated next to Mr Snowden on left of picture. Also present, whistleblowers from NSA, CIA, FBI, DoJ, Mr. Snowden's Russian lawyer, and translators.2013-10-11T22:23:13.000Z