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Gary McKinnon is currently fighting extradition to the United States

The attorney for Briton Gary McKinnon, the biggest US military hacker ever, has said that McKinnon is afraid he will be prosecuted under US anti-terror laws -- which the attorney says could send him to Guantanamo Bay.  McKinnon allegedly broke into 97 government computers to try and find evidence the US government knows about UFOs but has been concealing information about extraterrestrial life.  His illegal activities allegedly caused around $700,000 of damage.  He hacked into the government computers in 14 different states, including U.S. Army, Air Force, Navy, NASA and Pentagon systems.  

A UK judge previously asked the US government for some sort of reassurance that McKinnon would be charged in federal court and not under any anti-terror laws.  District Judge Nicholas Evans will announce the decision whether or not McKinnon will be extradited on May 10.  If McKinnon is extradited, unless he has an agreement made with the federal government, anti-terror charges could be filed.



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Any UFO Evidence?
By TomZ on 4/14/2006 2:40:58 PM , Rating: 2
So, for all that hacking, did he ever find any UFO evidence? Inquiring minds want to know!




RE: Any UFO Evidence?
By Mclendo06 on 4/14/2006 3:19:29 PM , Rating: 5
Well, to answer that, let's look at the facts:

1. Aliens prefer crashing their spacecraft directly into locations where the US military is the only entity that will find the wreckage.

2. The United States deals with Aliens as terrorists so they are held without lawyers or contact with the outside world inside secret Alien/terrorist detention facilities.

3. Aliens prefer to fly their spacecraft near Top-Secret US Military installations so that they blend in with all the other wierd-looking secret US aircraft prototypes. Undoubtedly, US test pilots have made reports about such encounters.

Based on these facts, I'd say that the odds are pretty good that if this guy managed to get into a lot of US systems, he probably found some pretty good evidence to support the UFO claim. Then again, maybe he's already decided that there are aliens that visit earth and so all he's been doing is finding information that doesn't disprove his belief. Yes, I think that would be it.


RE: Any UFO Evidence?
By geeg on 4/14/2006 4:01:17 PM , Rating: 2
If the aliens can come (and crashed on) to Earth then most probably they have the technological(?) ability to take their wreckage and get away/hide from us.

I think we are just cocky to think we would find/see/hear them if they had come..


RE: Any UFO Evidence?
By johnsaw on 4/14/2006 8:28:15 PM , Rating: 3
"...allegedly broke into 97 government computers"

And non-allegedly into a hundred more.
Probably he didn't find anything. Otherwise he would have hacked into a system or two and found what he had been searching for :)


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