I need to know if all the four verbs work properly withing the following sentence? If yes, then they mean the same thing in everyday speech? And if they have some semantic nuances, how do they differ in meaning and how they can affect the meaning of the same sentence?
- Endward Snowden escaped to Russia.
- Endward Snowden fled to Russia.
- Endward ran away ran away to Russia.
- Endward got away got away to Russia.
To me, they all work and are interchangeable in this sense.