Edward Snowden dead in apparent drone attack

hongkongmarriott Edward Snowden dead in apparent drone attack

Edward Snowden and twelve others were found dead after a blast at the Marriott Hotel in Hong Kong.

HONG KONG — Officials in Hong Kong are scrambling to identify the wreckage at the JW Marriott hotel after an explosion killed twelve and injured thirty, including a body which was identified as NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. Eyewitnesses reported a small, buzzing aircraft flew in over the harbor and fired a missile into the Marriott’s tenth story, which left a large crater on the side of the building and started a fire which was quickly extinguished.

The White House refused to comment, saying only that the use of deadly force on terrorists in foreign soil is classified out of concern for national security. Hong Kong’s government has failed to identify missile debris which will identify the perpetrator, but issued a statement condemning the attack.

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