Alan Rusbridger, the Guardian's editor, said that his newspaper had only released about 1% of the Snowden data. He even went as far as to say, great pursuer-of-truth journalist that he is, that The Guardian would not reveal more of them.
There are 58000 files (files, not pages). How many pages taken from those 58000 files have we seen in 10 months, from Mr. Rusbridger or from Omydiar's employees?
As for the criminality bit, Rusbridger again has all the answers, the one you'd expect of a great journalist, of course.
"Mr Rusbridger told the committee: "There's stuff in there about Iraq, Afghanistan, we're not even going to look at it. That's not what Edward Snowden was doing when he wanted responsible journalists to go through this material."
How may of those have we seen so far? From any of those adversarial journalists?