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Topic - Ben Wizner
He said all the government would have to prove is that Snowden took national defense information and gave it to someone who wasn't allowed to receive it.
"The government doesn't have to prove that the disclosures were harmful to the country. The defendant can't defend himself on basis that documents shouldn't have been classified ... and lower courts have upheld that," Wizner said.