US concerned over security leaks
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The man who claims he leaked top-secret documents about US surveillance programs is said to be in China Thursday.
Since the security break, top U.S. officials are worried about spying.
Edward Snowden's latest charge was that China, North Korea, and Hong Kong have all been targets of cyber-spying by the NSA
Right now officials are scrambling to find out how the high school drop-out and computer whiz had access to those documents in the first place.
"No matter how technically gifted he may be at our listening post in Hawaii, he should not have had access to any of the material that has already been leaked," said foreign policy analyst Matthew Aid.
So far there are no charges against Snowden.
The government of Hong Kong has made no effort to take him into custody.