"Nice to know he'll be coming for an extended stay soon."
So what you're saying is that you think this decision will increase the likelihood of extradition, which is the same as admitting you think the evidence the defence wanted to see will show extradition should be refused. And you wonder why people think the justice system is broken...
Besides, if I had your ability to predict the future with such accuracy, I'd be buying lottery tickets instead of trolling.
What was the threat here? If the ATF had done nothing, no crime would've occurred. Crime would have been prevented by their lack of action. How is this not cops manufacturing threats? Explain your backwards logic to us please.
Thanks for pointing out what everybody already knows, and exactly why car buyers want manufacturers to be able to sell directly to them. I doubt there'd be much sympathy for dealers struggling to compete after decades of gouging the car-buying public.
"They are just behaving as any playground bully does when they find out they have something someone else wants an start playing keep-away with it.
While Russia are due plenty of criticism right now, it's not for this. Russia are not keeping Snowden there, they're simply letting him stay. The USG are the ones preventing him from leaving Russia thanks to a cancelled passport.
"I may have been in jail a couple of times, two or three times..."
May have? Two or three times? Could he be more weasely?
I'd say for most people, going to jail is a significant enough event in their lives that they remember quite well whether or not it happened, and whether it happened two times or three times. It's safe to assume he has definitely been to jail three times.