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First Published Tuesday, 14th October, 2008.

According to Karen Todner, the lawyer representing British hacker Gary McKinnon, the UK government won’t intervene to stop the extradition of the hacker to US and neither has it guaranteed his return to UK to serve the sentence.


Todner appealed the home secretary Jacqui Smith to arrange McKinnon’s trial in UK, where he would receive much better treatment, or at least assure his return to UK for serving his sentence; but, the lawyer complained that the home department didn’t even make the request to US.


Meanwhile, a group of 30 people, including Gary’s mum Janis Sharp, protested against the Home Office last Friday in support of Gary McKinnon.


Expressing her resentment, Janis told that she would chain herself and Gary to a railing before she let anyone take her son to the US for trial against the hacking charges.


Todner already presented the evidences of Gary suffering from Asperger’s Syndrome, a type of autism, which explains his obsession for UFOs that made him to hack several computers related to US military.


McKinnon will now try to appeal for a judicial review and has 14 days to do so.


Source:  http://www.itproportal.com/articles/2008/10/14/mckinnons-last-ditch-attempt-fails-judicial-review-only-recourse-left/


Accused hacker fails to halt extradition to U.S.

Herald News Services


Published: Tuesday, October 14, 2008

A British computer programmer accused of hacking into almost 100 U.S. military computers, failed to halt his U.K. extradition to the U.S. on health grounds, his lawyer said Monday.


Gary McKinnon, accused of infiltrating NASA, Army and Navy computers in the months after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks had asked U.K. Home Secretary Jacqui Smith to halt the extradition because he suffers from Asperger Syndrome, an autistic disorder.


“We are now considering whether or not Mr. McKinnon has a further judicial remedy and we are urgently investigating this issue,” Karen Todner, of London-based Kaim Todner LLP Solicitors, said in an e-mailed statement Monday.


McKinnon, who claims he was searching for evidence of unidentified flying objects, has already lost appeals to the European Court of Human Rights and the U.K.’s House of Lords.


The U.K. Home Office declined to comment Monday.



Further reports


Includes INQ Podcast  “Hacker McKinnon’s mum squares up to the US”:

http://www.theinquirer.net/gb/inquirer/news/2008/10/13/hacker-mum-squares


“NASA hacker loses last-ditch appeal”:

http://community.zdnet.co.uk/blog/0,1000000567,10009519o-2000331828b,00.htm



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