Dog The Bounty Hunter Is Willing To Risk His Freedom To Pursue Edward Snowden
Dog the Bounty Hunter has announced plans to enter Russia and illegally capture NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Dog, a.k.a Duane Chapman, held a random press conference outside Hawaii’s Da Kine bail bonds, where he 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.”
Dog actually isn’t the only bounty hunter who has offered to go after the fugitive as the reward for the capture and return of Snowden is currently set at one billion dollars.
And Dog clearly has no problem trespassing to do what’s right, since he was recently arrested and released by Mexican authorities for illegally bounty hunting outside of the United States.
When someone made the mistake of asking if Dog had a message for Snowden, the passionate bounty hunter angrily replied:
“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. If you’re listenin’ slick Eddy, the Dog’s comin’ for ya. You can run, but you can’t hide brah. The Dog has picked up your trail.”
According to the Internet Chronicle, Dog and his wife Beth were reportedly seen boarding a jet bound for Hong Kong, where he intends to search Snowden’s old hotel room for clues.
Via: Chronicle, Photo Courtesy: IMBD