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Russian spy and former CIA officer Anna Chapman announced her intention  to link her fate with whistleblower of U.S. intelligence secrets, Edward Snowden.

Chapman, as well as a number of other agents were caught in the United States in 2010. Now is the time when the woman found the man whom she thinks she could open her heart to.

He is Edward Snowden, a former CIA officer, who found a temporary home at Sheremetyevo Airport in Moscow. It may be really hard for Snowden to find a country where he could be safe now, but finding a girlfriend and then a wife appears to be an easy nut to crack for him.

Chapman tweeted her proposal to Snowden, asking him whether he could marry her.

Most likely, though, the Russian spy will have to travel abroad in an attempt to conquer the heart of the courageous American man.



  1. noname says:

    She looks like she could definitely keep the Russian winter nights warm!

    No doubt Puten arranged, approve and will attend the Nuptials.

    Personally, I hope the best for Snowden! I think American and the world feels safer knowing the truth!

    Russia is probably the best place to ensure his safety against American enviable CIA retaliation or kidnapping!

    • Dallas says:

      The EU is voting to suspend terrorist information sharing with the US.

      By this measure alone, I certainly don’t feel any safer as a result of Snowden declassifying national security classified information.

      I don’t think Russia is the safest haven for crimes in committed in the US.

      • MikeN says:

        Now how about the The New York Times printing info on SWIFT spying?

  2. LibertyLover says:

    Yes.

    • LibertyLover says:

      Sigh. I just wasted a few minutes (well, more than that, actually) surfing some NSFW sites featuring her.

      That is definitely one hot little number. If I was 30 again, and in his shoes, I would seriously consider moving her under the “Viable Options” list heading.

      Gotta go, wife’s coming down the hall . . .

  3. The Monster's Lawyer says:

    Steven Spielberg ~ “This shit just writes itself!”

  4. Mr Diesel says:

    I’d certainly like to do her doggie-style over an Enigma machine. A few times.

  5. msbpodcast says:

    Is it just me or is this whole Snowden thing loking more and more like an episide of Jerry Springer. (On purpose and orchestrated by the NSA. :-))

    • msbpodcast says:

      The picture has been updated. Now it really look page 3 trashy.

  6. Captain Beyond, famously dancing madly backwards says:

    Perfect. A snitch with a snatch.

  7. B. Dog says:

    It’s up to them. She seems like a fine place to pass the time.

  8. bobbo, in the end, its "our" culture..... that will destroy us all says:

    You can tell she lived in the USA for much too long to be an effective apparatchik. No, she is just a fame driven consumer now looking for her 15 minutes.

    But you know what?

    Of all the Reality Programing on right now…I’d watch “The Snowden and the Apparatchik.” Imagine the hilarity as our boy hero comes to grips with the poverty and corruption of everyday life in Moscow as his wifey guides him using her feminine and party wiles?

    Now that is some TV. What are we living for otherwise?

  9. Captain Obvious says:

    She seems like a down to earth sensible girl that you could bring home to Mom.

  10. silver price says:

    Ryan Fogle: In May 2013 Russian television broadcast a story that resembled a poorly written spy movie spoof: A CIA agent, identified as Ryan Fogle, had been caught red-handed in Moscow with a spy kit including a blond wig, sunglasses, a compass, stacks of cash and a letter intended for a Russian intelligence officer he was trying to recruit. The Russian counter-intelligence agency, the FSB, successor to the infamous KGB, released videotape and photographs showing Fogle in the ill-fitting wig and, later, staring blankly as he was berated by what appeared to be FSB officers for spying in their country. Neither the U.S. State Department or the CIA denied Fogle was a spy, and he was subsequently deported and sent back to the U.S.


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