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In Hong Kong, ex-CIA man may not escape U.S. reach

The Honolulu home where former CIA officer Edward Snowden lived, before he leaked to the press a U.S. government secret surveillance program. Neighbors say he kept to himself. (SOUNDBITE) (English) SNOWDEN'S NEIGHBOUR, ANGEL CUNANAN, SAYING: "He mentioned that he worked for the government." ...and the Hong Kong hotel where Snowden was holed up Sunday, when he revealed his identity in a video interview with the Guardian newspaper. Snowden came to Hong Kong believing the former British colony could protect him from U.S. prosecution. But lawmaker Regina Ip says Snowden won't necessarily find shelter here. (SOUNDBITE) (English) LAWMAKER AND FORMER SECRETARY FOR SECURITY, REGINA IP, SAYING: "I think it would be wisest for him to leave Hong Kong because we do have bilateral agreements with the U.S. and we are duty-bound to comply with these agreements. Hong Kong is not a legal vacuum as Mr. Snowden might have thought." Simon Young, a Prof

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