The father of whistleblower Edward Snowden said on Wednesday that his son has more secrets to share and should stay in Russia "to make sure the true story is told."
Lon Snowden spoke at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York shortly after returning to the United States from a weeklong visit with his son in Moscow.
Asked what he told his son during the visit, Snowden told reporters, "To stay, but that's my advice. It's not necessarily what my son will do. He's comfortable. He's happy. And he's absolutely committed to what he has done."