Friday, November 27, 2009


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In a letter of 26 November 2009, Britain's Home secretary Alan Johnson has ordered Gary McKinnon's removal to the US on charges of breaching US military and Nasa computers.

Home Secretary rejects Gary McKinnon's last ditch appeal against US extradition.

Britain's Home Secretary, Alan Johnson, should be booted out of parliament.

All those members of parliament who have failed to support McKinnon should be sacked.

Gary McKinnon should be given a knighthood.

The war criminals in the UK establishment should be extradited to Iraq.

The British Quislings should go to live in the USA or Israel.

Gary McKinnon - Bloggers have vented their anger over the extradition decision

In July 2009, British hacker Gary McKinnon lost his High Court bid to avoid extradition to the 'fascist-mafia' United States.

British hacker Gary McKinnon loses appeal against extradition to ...

US authorities want to try the 43-year-old, from London, for breaking into US military and Nasa computers in 2001 and 2002.

He has always said he was looking for documents on UFOs which he believed the US authorities had suppressed.

Gary has Asperger's Syndrome.

He faces up to 70 years in prison if convicted in the US.

1. The UK's Extradition Act 2003 was designed to deal with so called 'terrorist suspects'.

Any British subject could end up in a US prison.

The Extradition Act has been applied in cases where terrorism has not been the main concern.


Under the act, America authorities are able to demand a Briton's extradition without having to provide evidence.

Some people might think that the UK Parliament appears to be a tool of the US government

2. Some people may now regard the European Court of Human Rights as being a tool of the Pentagon and the CIA.

( Hacker McKinnon loses appeal against extradition to US )

Gary McKinnon, a British computer nerd, hacked into dozens of US military computers.

He demonstrated that their security systems were 'crap'.

In 2002, he was caught as he tried to download what he thought was a photograph of an alien spacecraft from a Nasa computer.

He was easily caught because he used his own email address.

The US government, the government alleged to be behind most acts of terrorism such as the Lockerbie Bombing and 9 11, insists that McKinnon be extradited to the USA.

The UK House of Lords turned down McKinnon's appeal.

On 28 August 2008, McKinnon lost his appeal to the European court of human rights.

3. If extradited, McKinnon faces up to 70 years in prison.

He could be given 'enemy combatant' status, like the 'innocents' at Guantánamo Bay.

If the US government was behind the Lockerbie Bombing and 9 11, then some might argue that we should be grateful to people hacking into Pentagon computers.

It seems though that Gary McKinnon was looking for aliens rather than evidence of alleged Pentagon crimes.

Susman, the Zionist Jew who helps run Britain?

It would be good if the UK Home Secretary Alan Johnson could be booted out of parliament.

Alan Johnson defends MI5 as police launch probe into torture claim ...

It would be good if the USA's ambassador to the UK, the Zionist Louis Susman, could be booted out of the UK.

Allegedly, "Susman had been fined on ten occasions for illegal money laundering and arms trafficking using his Global Hedge Fund." (Cached)

If you meet an American or a Labour MP remember to tell them what you think of the Gary McKinnon case.

Photo of UK Home Secretary Alan Johnson from

Show some guts, Johnson: Judges say Home Secretary CAN order Gary McKinnon to be tried here

If they drag McKinnon to America, he will never come back

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

McKinnon was working for the spooks. It had UK interests written all over it. The UFO stuff was a not entirely convincing cover-story. The aspergers stuff also came a bit late in the day.

Good on him all the same. Its a necessary evil don't you agree?


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