“I think my son, when he takes his final breath, whether it’s today or 100 years from now, (will) be comfortable with what he did,” Lon Snowden said. “He did what he knew was right. He shared the truth with the American people. What we choose to do with it is up to us as a people.”
Lon Snowden expressed his disappointment with the recent House vote that continued funding for the spy program that Edward Snowden exposed.
The father said he has not been in direct contact with his son, but there has been indirect contact through intermediaries.