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Comment: Re:Great, now how do they get there? (Score 1) 211 211

by dave420 (#49995147) Attached to: France Could Offer Asylum To Assange, Snowden
They handcuff him to a diplomatic courier and walk him out the front door (as the courier can not be arrested, detained, or interfered with). Or they put him in a box (as has happened before to other people), mark it as a diplomatic bag, and roll it into a diplomatic vehicle. Done. They just need to get him diplomatic protection, and he's as untouchable as can be.

Comment: Re:Yes that is the job of the NSA (Score 2) 211 211

by dave420 (#49995129) Attached to: France Could Offer Asylum To Assange, Snowden
They're getting economic intelligence, not military. Let's not pretend this is actual SIGINT - it's just using government money and resources to help Boeing et. al, at the same time alienating other governments who are aware of this, jeopardizing US contracts and investments.

Comment: Re:From TFA: (Score 5, Interesting) 211 211

by dave420 (#49995095) Attached to: France Could Offer Asylum To Assange, Snowden
They just use a diplomatic bag. Done. That's why they're there. The name is a misnomer - any container can be labelled a diplomatic bag and get all the protection that affords. They could also just handcuff him to a diplomatic courier, as it would be illegal to arrest, detain, or otherwise interfere the courier. There is precedent of people being shipped around in diplomatic bags, so it's not out of the question.

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