It seems there are a lot of countries that aren't taking the US very seriously or are just playing lip service with extradition. Hong Kong obviously wanted to stick it to the US and said the paperwork was filed incorrectly. (I live 3,000 miles away and even I could see the tongue-in-cheek!) Now he's landed in Russia and the US is all like, 'Hey Russia, we revoked his passport, so the only place you should let him fly is back here.' Russia is all like, 'Yeah, we'll do our best US!' Wink, wink, nudge, nudge. All of this national posturing is funny to watch but sad at the same time. The US is desperately stamping its feet like some whiny popular kid on the schoolyard who can't get their ball back. I do think he is a traitor and should be tried for espionage and sentenced by the courts. He may have felt justified in what he did, but if you wanna be a martyr, you can't escape the gallows. Remember, justice is blind to anything but the law. We teach our children that two wrongs don't make a right, so we can't justify criminality, even if it exposed more criminality. (Which I don't think it did.) He might make it to Equador, but if I was the US, I would scatter a couple fighters and force the plane to land in Miami.