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House Intelligence Committee Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) hinted in an interview set to air Sunday that National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden may have had assistance when he was gathering top-secret information about American intelligence practices from a Russian spy agency.
“I believe there’s questions to be answered there,” Rogers said in an interview to air on “Meet the Press.” “I don’t think it was a gee-whiz luck event that he ended up in Moscow under the handling of the FSB.”
The Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation (FSB) is the successor to the KGB, and serves as Russia’s primary intelligence service.
Rogers says his suspicions were aroused because some of the information Snowden obtained while working as a contractor for the NSA were “beyond his technical capabilities.”