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Mr. Anatoly Kucherena

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His lawyer, Anatoly ..., 4 Aug 2013 [cached]
His lawyer, Anatoly Kucherena, said Russia's federal migration service had granted him temporary asylum for one year.
Kucherena earlier said the fugitive whistleblower is considering securing permanent residency in Russia, where he will attempt to build a life.
Snowden attorney Anatoly ..., 2 Aug 2013 [cached]
Snowden attorney Anatoly Kucherena talked to The New Republic about Snowden's reaction to Russian asylum, job offers and the queries from Russian girls . Kucherena, on his reaction to the news : "'At first, he seemed not to fully understand it, internally... because he had been waiting for it for so long, he had been so worried. He said, 'It can't be!' That he wouldn't believe it 'til he saw the documents. Then, of course, he was happy. TNR's Julia Ioffe reports that Kucherena declined repeatedly to say where Snowden went, saying, 'There is concern for his safety. Kucherena, o n what Snowden is thinking about:"I have to say he's getting a lot of job offers coming in... offers from journalists working together, and the like. I've passed them on to him, he'll make the decision himself. Kucherena told Ioffe that one job offer came from Vkontakte, Russia's Facebook rip-off and pirated entertainment site. Read the rest of Ioffe's piece in TNR, here.
I cannot tell you where he ..., 2 Aug 2013 [cached]
I cannot tell you where he is going," his lawyer Anatoly Kucherena told Reuters. "I put him in a taxi 15 to 20 minutes ago and gave him his certificate on getting refugee status in the Russian Federation," he said.
"He made a lot of friends ..., 31 July 2013 [cached]
"He made a lot of friends here -- and great for him that those Americans who live here and found about his situation and were in touch with him," his Russian lawyer Anatoly Kucherena said.
"He's concerned about life and health because he believes that people from the American intelligence service are chasing him," Kucherena said.
In an interview with state-run Russia 24, Kucherena said that Russia "didn't have a choice" in granting his client asylum.
"During his time there it was ..., 2 Aug 2013 [cached]
"During his time there it was very difficult, psychologically difficult, because when someone's waiting he doesn't understand what will happen," his Russian lawyer, Anatoly Kucherena, told Reuters in an interview.
"His first desire was to gulp the fresh Moscow air."
Snowden was at first incredulous when Kucherena told him Russia had granted him a year's temporary asylum, and then delighted.
Kucherena said he left the airport with a backpack, a string bag and a sense of relief.
"Imagine yourself daily (having to listen to) 'Dear passengers, the flight to New York, the flight to Washington, the flight from Rome'," Kucherena said.
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