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Gary McKinnon and official propaganda


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user posted image rT. Stokes: Many people wonder how, if as the British and U.S government have always claimed that U.F.O’s do not exist, how can computer nerd Gary Mc’kinnon be charged with breaking into these files and reading about them ? How can you read what does not exist ?And we are told 97 of these U.S defence computers held this relevant data.So to prosecute him, means an about turn on official policy and all statements since Roswell in 1947.Recently Gary was sent to the U.S.A. to go on trial.Enforced rendition has already been declared illegal under international law.Remember, the Human Rights act instructs us that a prosecution based on untruths cannot legally go ahead, and both British and U.S administrations have based their complaint on a bed of lies. But why not, ? The British government lies continually, over Iraq, immigration, the N.H.S, crime rates, the Deepcut army barrack murders, the heterophobic agenda, W.M.Ds, and so much more.So after so many opportunities to tell the truth to the public over the huge numbers of U.F.O sightings.The recent admission that U.F.Os do exist after all, but are in the main are dismissed as reflections, light distortions, Japanese fishing boats, and cloud formations, was only forthcoming as a rearguard action to distort the mass of classified information expected if Gary is convicted.

Lets not forget that spy Jonathan Pollard has claimed Mossad hacked the U.S defence files for Israel on a daily basis year in year out, yet no convictions here.But lies are an essential part of the British diet,The result is that none believes any government statement any more, particularly on U.F.Os and only a fool will think his vote means anything.T Stokes lecture in paranormal studies

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Point made :yes:

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This guy is awesome. I hope that he inspires more people to do the same...but with a faster connection and a nice printer :D

It shows that more people are starting to realize the government and ufo's go hand in hand...and if we ever want to find out what is really going on...we need to persist and sometimes that includes breaking the law.

It will still take time for us to figure out who is piloting these strange crafts that people all around the world see every year.

Yes, i will be kind of disappointed if all of our sightings turn out to be our fellow man, just what have they been looking for all these years flying around? Certainly you can't say that all of those were "test" flights of a new aircraft. I'd imagine that those things would cost quite a bit of money to the taxpayers, and some people don't like their precious money being squandered on war machines and spy planes.

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He has not been yet sent to the U.S.A, but he is soon going to be if his lawyer is unable to get the extraction ruling changed. He has also not yet been convicted yet. Please check here for accurate news on this matter.

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It's my understanding that Mr. Mc 'Kinnon is being charged with doing damage to the systems he hacked in to. If he did this to a corporate or Personal Computer there would be no question of his bad judgment and the harm he caused. Just because it was the U.S. Military's computers dose not make it right.

Now if he found information on any one of you , things you wouldn't want EVERY ONE to know about, that would be DIFFERANT?

If he is guilty he should pay for his actions , no matter what he was looking for!

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I'm not saying what he did was right. Roger does have a valid point. He knew what he was doing was illegal and he took the risk that he might be caught.

That being said. I LOVE THIS GUY!! He is listed as my hero on my myspace page, lolol. :wub:

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