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Edward Snowden fled the United States three years ago. It was never clear where Snowden was holed up during those critical days after leaving his room at the five-star Mira Hotel, when the United States was demanding his return. As it turns out, he was staying with Rodel and others like her men and women seeking political asylum in Hong Kong who live in cramped, substandard apartment blocks in some of the city’s poorest districts. They were all clients of one of Snowden’s Hong Kong lawyers, Robert Tibbo, who arranged for him to stay with them. Rodel said Snowden slept in her bedroom while she and her 1-year-old daughter moved into their apartment’s only other room. Not knowing what he would eat, she bought him an Egg McMuffin and an iced tea from McDonald’s. “My first impression of his face was that he was scared, very worried,” she recalled. Rodel said her unexpected guest “was using his computer all day, all night.” She said that she did not have Internet service but that Tibbo provided him with mobile access. On Snowden’s second day there, he asked Rodel whether she could buy him a copy of the South China Morning Post, the city’s main English-language newspaper, she said. When she picked up the paper, she saw his picture on the front page. “Oh my God, unbelievable,” she recalled saying to herself.job hunting

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