December 27, 2013 2:24 am -

Attorney and Harvard law Professor Alan Dershowitz slammed Edward Snowden for revealing what he did and defended our right to spy on other countries, including our allies.

In particular, Dershwoitz slammed Snowden for bringing to light the agency’s surveillance activities against other countries, saying they “raise some questions, but [were] not unconstitutional.

“We have an absolute right under our Constitution to listen to the prime minister of Israel, to listen to the chancellor of Germany,” Dershowitz said. “That is not a constitutional issue, and yet he disclosed — or people working on his behalf — the fact that we are using surveillance abroad, outside the country, where the Constitution does not apply.”