I'd like to see a trial.
Not as I'd want to see him convicted of anything though.
Just we currently have two sides who haven't been forced to confront each other - and without confrontation, there's no decision, and we're left in limbo.
The NSA did something illegal Ed exposed, +1 Ed.
The NSA did something legal and secret Ed blurted, +1 NSA.
Tot up the scores at the end, and the loser gets a jail sentence.
I quite like the idea of the NSA director actually exposing himself to the same potential consequences.