October 18th, 2013
09:45 PM ET

AC360 Exclusive: Edward Snowden's father: "My son would die before he would sell secrets to a foreign government"

Edward Snowden is back in the headlines after claiming in a New York Times interview that he did not take any secret documents with him to Russia. For the first time since he was granted asylum there, his father Lon traveled to Moscow to see his son. He just returned and told Anderson "It could bring me to tears; I am so proud of my son."

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