When Will the Other Shoe Drop? 'More To Come' in NSA Leaks

Glenn Greenwald (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)

When Will the Other Shoe Drop? 'More To Come' in NSA Leaks

Save your energy, Greenwald warns - you will need it

Any minute now journalist Glenn Greenwald could release the next installment of the historic NSA leaks that infamous whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg referred to as the most important in history.

There will be plenty more to come, journalist Glenn Greenwald insisted in an interview with the Associated Press on Tuesday referring to a trove of information yet to be revealed.

Greenwald, the journalist who first reported on the vast extent of a NSA surveillance program through documents leaked by the American defense contractor Edward Snowden, told AP, "We are going to have a lot more significant revelations that have not yet been heard over the next several weeks and months."

"There are dozens of stories generated by the documents he provided, and we intend to pursue every last one of them," Greenwald said.

Greenwald told AP the decision is currently being made on when to release the next story based on the information provided by Snowden.

In anticipation of what is to come, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper should save his "melodrama and rhetoric," Greenwald tweeted earlier--referring to Clapper's anti-leak media campaign in recent days.


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