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 Terry Waite asks U.S. to drop case against UFO seeker and UK computer hacker McKinnon

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PostSubject: Ref: Gary Mckinnon.   Sun Apr 25, 2010 7:46 am

The U.S. Government should give him a job. Put him in a department dealing with I.T. security! Part of the U.S. Government claim is that he caused criminal damage incuring costs.

I think (not sure) that they mentioned 500$ per computer!
What criminal damage can be caused just by looking? I agree he should not have been looking; but he didn't break through any passwords! There wasn't any passwords!

Let him live his life in peace, extradite him quickly or give him a job! Don't make him wait years on end in a state of mental torture not knowing either way! There are medical grounds that should be concidered.

Why is it that the U.S. can demand extradition of U.K. citizens without first going to court in the U.K. We can't do that to U.S. citizans? As N.A.T.O. partners it does not seem fair!

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PostSubject: Daily Mail Newspaper - 22nd May 2010   Sat May 22, 2010 5:04 am

It's time for Clegg to REALLY help Gary: Mckinnon's mother's plea to Deputy PM


By Michael Seamark
Last updated at 10:29 PM on 21st May 2010


Standing shoulder to shoulder with Gary McKinnon's mother, Nick Clegg saluted her campaign to stop the computer hacker being extradited to the U.S. and publicly pledged his support.
When he joined Janis Sharp at the demonstration outside the Home Office last December, the Liberal Democrat leader could not have anticipated being at the heart of the next government.
But as Deputy Prime Minister, Mr Clegg now finds himself with huge influence - and given his outspoken support before the General Election, Gary's family are looking to him to bring their torment to an end.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1280348/Gary-Mckinnons-mother-pleas-Deputy-PM-help-son.html#ixzz0oeBE7ut5
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PostSubject: Re: Terry Waite asks U.S. to drop case against UFO seeker and UK computer hacker McKinnon   Sun May 23, 2010 1:26 pm

If indeed mckinnon had open access to the so called secure system of information of the untied states defense and nasa, one has to wonder why. I would venture to guess they don't care because its all a front to phish little people who have the guts to have a look and since they pretended to have their redundant security measures breached by a hacker, they must let the show go on by making a martyr and destroying it. Its a game played on the neural network.
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PostSubject: Re: Terry Waite asks U.S. to drop case against UFO seeker and UK computer hacker McKinnon   Wed May 26, 2010 5:32 am

Gary McKinnon: Nick Clegg raises doubts over powers to halt hacker’s extradition
Plans to extradite Gary McKinnon, the Pentagon computer hacker, might not be stopped by the Government after all, Nick Clegg has suggested.

By John Bingham - The Telegraph
Published: 9:32AM BST 26 May 2010


Gary McKinnon faces extradition to the U.S. The Deputy Prime Minister said during a radio interview that he, the Home Secretary Theresa May nor even David Cameron might not have the power to halt an earlier court decision allowing him to be extradited.

His remarks appear to contrast with comments while in opposition that it was “completely within” the then Home Secretary Alan Johnson’s power to make changes to the law to allow him to be tried in Britain.

Mr McKinnon, 44, is accused of breaking into military computer networks from his bedroom in north London eight and a half years ago.

What was described as the "biggest military computer hack of all time'' disrupted important US defence IT systems in the days after the September 11 terrorist attacks of 2001.

He admitted that he broke into the systems but insisted that he was merely looking for evidence of UFOs and believes he should be allowed to stand trial in Britain.

Although the extradition has been approved by the courts, lawyers for Mr McKinnon, who suffers from Asperger's syndrome, a form of autism, have waged a long-standing legal campaign against it insisting that the move would breach his human rights.

They have produced expert medical opinions that sending him to the U.S. was highly likely to lead to him committing suicide because of his vulnerable mental state.

Mr Clegg has been a high profile supporter of their efforts and dismissed claims by the previous government that it had no power to intervene.

In an article last year he wrote: “It's simply not good enough for Alan Johnson to shrug his shoulders and claim that nothing can be done.

“It's completely within his power to enact amendments from the Police and Justice Act, which would allow Gary McKinnon to be tried over here.

“Or he could urge the Director of Public Prosecutions to begin proceedings.”

Asked about the matter in an interview on BBC Radio 5 Live yesterday he said that he had not changed his view “in any way”.

But he added: “What I haven't got the power to do, neither has the home secretary, neither even has the Prime Minister, is to completely reverse and undo certain legal aspects of this.

“But that, of course, you wouldn't want politicians to do.

“It's legally very complex but on the morality and principle of it, I haven’t changed my view one little bit, which is that it would be right for Gary McKinnon to be tried in this country.”

Last week the Home Office said that Mrs May had decided to halt the legal process so she could re-examine impact of extradition on Mr McKinnon’s health.

The coalition Government also confirmed in its formal agreement it would conduct a comprehensive review of the controversial extradition treaty under which Mr McKinnon was set to be extradited
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PostSubject: Re: Terry Waite asks U.S. to drop case against UFO seeker and UK computer hacker McKinnon   Sun Aug 08, 2010 1:11 am

Lesley wrote:
Maybe I am crazy, but it seems to me that it would be the best for both parties concerned if these charges were dropped. To call McKinnon a hacker is ridiculous because that would mean that he broken into systems that were protected (with say a password or something) and they were NOT protected. Perhaps the government would like to explain why in the so-called age of terrorism they don't even protect their files with passwords?

Actualy Lesley,
that would give the cryptos in arlington fits n heart attacks. That stuff is only supposed to be broken by the cray super computers
that made the cryptos in the first place. Have you ever heard of "blow fish"
Those are the same machines they use today for all of the worlds codes, rumor has it they can break any code with in 15 days.
Just a bunch of computer wanks.
I'm surprised they didn't offer him a job.
cryptos=codes.
They are only supposed to be read by the guy on the other end with the same code.
All files are incrypted on the machine and stored on the hard drive.
All data that is sensitive is stored on machines with no access to the out side.
If he got it he had help.
That would not be the first time that it happened.
Remember deep throat took down nixon.
That also means they are looking internaly, they may have found him already, but we will never know.

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PostSubject: Re: Terry Waite asks U.S. to drop case against UFO seeker and UK computer hacker McKinnon   Sat Aug 21, 2010 12:55 am

dayanx wrote:
interesting story- but gloryhound detected

yoo, if he was smart he'd keep quiet and take the job with them.
A good hacker is hard to find.

I like the quote.

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PostSubject: Re: Terry Waite asks U.S. to drop case against UFO seeker and UK computer hacker McKinnon   Wed Sep 08, 2010 12:44 am

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That is an interesting photograph, fixer. It could be just some little bits of special effects to make the briefing interesting, or it could be more. I do not think the military would let anything big slip through, but you never know. (Even generals still put their pants on one leg at a time.)

Thank you for finding the photo.

photo gone? did any one save it?
Yes generals do put thier pants on one leg at a time. but some times in the same hole.
It's intresting to see them try to walk.

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