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'UFO hacker' will not be extradited



This report covers the news that 'UFO hacker' Gary McKinnon will not be extradited to the US.

   

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Comment icon #10 Posted by TheMacGuffin on 16 October, 2012, 23:03
To call the man a terrorist was a bit farfetched, and to suggest he did millions in damage is silly. As he has argued quite well, he actually did the Pentagon and NASA a favor by exposing their obvious lack of security. His methods of breaking into their networks revealed simple mistakes. He made the IT security guys looked pretty dumb. The primary argument against McKinnon's story of discovering an alien cover-up is the lack of any hard evidence, but given he knew he was breaking the law, he may have thought his chances were better if he didn't save anything. It's hard to know what was going ... [More]
Comment icon #11 Posted by Raptor Witness on 16 October, 2012, 23:42
The majority of Parliament was obviously against extradition, as evidenced by this clip of the government's announcement. Given the fiasco involving the early release of Britain's greatest mass murderer, Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset al-Megrahi, it would seem fair. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmJ7kp80hik
Comment icon #12 Posted by stevemagegod on 17 October, 2012, 2:31
The move was apparently anticipated. This, since several high ranking UK candidates had promised to deny the U.S. request for extradition, prior to the last elections. Readers unfamiliar with this story can do a Google search and have a field day. The possible motivations for denying extradition seem to go beyond mere nationalism. I'd appreciate any speculation from the reader's here, regarding all possible motivations for blocking the U.S. government. One guess I would make is that the UK government must have believed McKinnon's story. I doubt public pressure would have been sufficient alone,... [More]
Comment icon #13 Posted by Raptor Witness on 17 October, 2012, 5:50
You make a Good Point however this statement right hear killed any hopes that i or any one else for credible evidence Source: http://www.guardian....ekend7.weekend2 With NASA, you can watch them sober and get high, or high and get sober.
Comment icon #14 Posted by bee on 18 October, 2012, 8:30
. It looks like they had to get rid of Abu Hamza before they could block Gary's extradition...otherwise Hamza would have been able to use the McKinnon case to stay longer in the UK. And now they are going to review and update Britains extradition laws. Anyway....for anyone who's interested this is the video interview with Gary in 2007 that first brought him to my attention. Kerry Cassidy interviewing him for Project Camelot. the video quality is a bit poor...so here's the tran as well... http://projectcamelot.org/lang/en/gary_mckinnon_interview_tran_en.html
Comment icon #15 Posted by Discomjim on 18 October, 2012, 8:51
Absolutely wrong decision. Aspergers does not diminish a persons power to know right from wrong. What kind of message does this put across, "There you go all British Criminals, just threaten suicide, and walk scott free". I'm no big fan of the US's world domination, but crime is crime.
Comment icon #16 Posted by shaddow134 on 23 October, 2012, 18:16
Absolutely wrong decision. Aspergers does not diminish a persons power to know right from wrong. What kind of message does this put across, "There you go all British Criminals, just threaten suicide, and walk scott free". I'm no big fan of the US's world domination, but crime is crime. What and send him to the US,possibly to be jailed for who knows how many years,for a crime(well it isn't a crime really) which would probably have got him 12 months or so.Good decision as far as i can see,why should we allow the US to walk in and take whom ever they please.Terrorists yes,petty criminals no.
Comment icon #17 Posted by itsnotoutthere on 23 October, 2012, 18:20
Absolutely wrong decision. Aspergers does not diminish a persons power to know right from wrong. What kind of message does this put across, "There you go all British Criminals, just threaten suicide, and walk scott free". I'm no big fan of the US's world domination, but crime is crime. So is killing innocent civilians with drone air strikes, but i doubt you'll see any americans extradited to Pakistan for those crimes.
Comment icon #18 Posted by stevemagegod on 8 January, 2013, 22:11
I always believed his story. I have no reason not to. Expect that even he admits he was baked out of his mind when he was doing the Hacking.
Comment icon #19 Posted by Coffey on 11 January, 2013, 11:49
Absolutely wrong decision. Aspergers does not diminish a persons power to know right from wrong. What kind of message does this put across, "There you go all British Criminals, just threaten suicide, and walk scott free". I'm no big fan of the US's world domination, but crime is crime. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. So laughable.


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