A statue of Edward Snowden was mysteriously placed in a Brooklyn park. As CBSN's Gigi Stone Woods reports, the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation covered it up as soon as it was spotted.
Published: 2021-04-02 01:37 am
Mysterious Edward Snowden statue appears in Brooklyn

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