McKinnon lawyer: the fight will go on

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  • I am appalled at the decision of the Goverment to comply with the extradition of Gary McKinnon.
    He has done the US a favour by showing them weaknesses in their security and should be rewarded for the potential good that couls result.
    Remember the film 'Catch me if you can'-based on a true case? They did catch him and employed him to catch others instead of prison.
    Hope you succeed for him,
    Harry Kerridge.

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  • I would have thought that the US authorities would be pleased to meet Gary Mackinnon to find out how he broke into their so called high tech computer facilities.
    That the British goverment are quite happy to let him be sent to a dodgy trial in USA, shows just how far we are up the backside of our so called allies.
    Would they let a US citizen be extradited to the UK - you must be joking.
    Alan Johnson and the government should be very, very ashamed.

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  • Trust our unelected go-fer of a Home Secretary to be crawling along with this. $700K of techno damage or a 'Life'. Well God Bless America? Good to know what we are really worth to any of these people. Bring on The Revolution if anyone knows how. Meet like with like. No mercy. Time's well past for this pathetic excuse for a parliament of public sector bandits. Can't we deport Alan Johnson, Gordon and Co to the bottom of the abyss instead it must be in Washington somewhere, Blair could lead the way and jump in too.

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  • So much for the "special relationship" between the UK & the US. Did you know that in every single instance where UK troops were killed by US "Friendly fire" the US has consistintly refused to send a single solitary witness to a UK Coroners court. This has resulted in delays ,(often for years) A death certificate cannot be issued and the war-widows are denied death benefits and have had to live on a pittance.

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  • I am ashamed of being British. The unquestioning lapdog of the USA.

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  • many people are at fault over this matter, first the home secretary who has not the balls to say to america up yours until we get a reciprocal act no brittish subject will be sent for a mock trial.All those who make the laws of this country should hang their heads in shame, They made a very silly law giving other countries the right to demand the extradition of a brittish subject without making it conditional that there is an equal and reciprocal agreement. Where is Nelson? because britain will never be great again with these muppets

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