Dog the Bounty Hunter to pursue Snowden Bounty

Duane Chapman, better known as Dog the Bounty Hunter, has announced that he plans to enter Russia illegally in order to capture fugitive whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Dog, in an impromptu press conference held outside Da Kine bail bonds, said, “Sometimes you gotta bend the rules to save America, and if I can catch this traitor Snowden and bring him back to God’s side, then it’ll be worth the risk of a lifetime of hard labor in a Siberian gulag.”
The cash reward for the capture and return of Edward Snowden has been set at 1 billion US dollars, prompting bounty hunters to risk capturing a fugitive who is protected by the Russian KGB.
Dog was previously arrested and released by Mexican authorities for illegally bounty hunting outside of US territory.
When asked if he had a message for Mr. Snowden, Dog became agitated and began to rant, “Every Dog has its day, but Snowden, your days are numbered. Me and Beth are gonna catch you and bring ya to justice, the American way.”
Snowden is the whistleblower who exposed that the US government has been listening to and recording all phone calls and emails.
Dog and his wife Beth were reportedly spotted boarding a jet for Hong Kong, where the couple intends to search Snowden’s former hotel rooms looking for evidence.
From Hong Kong, it is speculated that the bounty hunter might try to enter Russia aboard a cargo ship or fishing vessel.
Americans who are unfortunate enough to be caught in Russia without the proper travel documents are made to wait in long lines, sometimes for several years.

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