What Edward Snowden's handwriting says about him

A graphologist weighs in

Edward Snowden
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Edward Snowden formally asked the Russian government for temporary asylum this week, requesting that it allow him to remain in the country a little while longer as he tries to secure permanent lodging elsewhere.

Snowden, who has been camped out in a Moscow airport for weeks, made the request in a one-sentence, handwritten letter.

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