NSA Passed Around Nude Pics

In an interview with The Guardian on Thursday, Edward Snowden claimed that within the National Security Agency, a culture existed that allowed staffers to pick up nude photographs of people in “sexually compromising” situations. These photographs, he says, were often passed around. In the same interview, Snowden opened up about life in Russia, said he could live with ending up in Guantánamo Bay, and hoped he would get a jury trial in the U.S. instead of a judge.