Source Pravda.Ru

Anna Chapman asks Edward Snowden to marry her

Russian spy and former CIA officer Anna Chapman announced her intention  to link her fate with whistleblower of U.S. intelligence secrets, Edward Snowden.

Chapman, as well as a number of other agents were caught in the United States in 2010. Now is the time when the woman found the man whom she thinks she could open her heart to.

He is Edward Snowden, a former CIA officer, who found a temporary home at Sheremetyevo Airport in Moscow. It may be really hard for Snowden to find a country where he could be safe now, but finding a girlfriend and then a wife appears to be an easy nut to crack for him.

Chapman tweeted her proposal to Snowden, asking him whether he could marry her.

Most likely, though, the Russian spy will have to travel abroad in an attempt to conquer the heart of the courageous American man. 

 

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