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Wednesday 21st July, 2010. 

David Cameron has raised the prospect that computer hacker Gary McKinnon could serve some of any US-imposed sentence in a British jail after raising the issue with US President Barack Obama at the White House.

He said it was “one potential outcome” of senior-level talks between Britain and the US over the fate of Mr McKinnon, who broke into top secret US military computers.

The Prime Minister said that the Government had been working with the US ambassador on options “where perhaps some of the (sentence) if there is a prison sentence – is served in a British prison”.

“That is one potential outcome and I’ll be working very hard to make sure that these things are discussed between the two governments and if we can reach a settlement then all to the good. I don’t want to make a prediction because there are many difficult issues that have to be worked through.”

Both Mr Cameron and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg have publicly condemned plans to extradite Mr McKinnon to the US – where he faces up to 60 years in jail.

Read in Full:  http://uk.news.yahoo.com/4/20100721/tuk-uk-hacker-could-serve-time-in-britis-dba1618.html

Gary McKinnon mother praises Cameron-Obama talks


The mother of computer hacker Gary McKinnon says it is wonderful his case has been raised by the prime minister during talks with the US president.

David Cameron said Mr McKinnon was accused of a “significant crime” but he hoped for a “way through”.

Barack Obama said presidents did not get involved in extradition matters but he hoped for an appropriate solution.

Glasgow-born Mr McKinnon, who has Asperger’s syndrome, is accused of hacking US military computer systems.

Mr McKinnon, of Wood Green, north London, says he was seeking evidence of UFOs.

Both Mr Cameron and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg have publicly condemned plans to extradite Mr McKinnon to the US – where he faces up to 60 years in jail.

Last year Mr Cameron said that if Mr McKinnon, 43, had questions to answer there was “a clear argument to be made that he should answer them in a British court”.

‘Significant crime’

Speaking to BBC Radio 5 live, Mr McKinnon’s mother Janis Sharp said: “It was incredible. I couldn’t believe it when I switched on television and saw Obama and David Cameron discussing Gary.

“With all the things like the BP crisis and everything, it was wonderful that he raised that with Obama, and that Obama smiled and at the end actually said that they’re hoping to find a way that is appropriate to get through this.”

Mr Cameron told the BBC work was already under way to reach a solution.

Read in Full(Includes Video): http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-10708517


Obama says he can’t intervene in British hacker case

Jeremy Kirk
21.07.2010 kl 10:47 | IDG News ServiceLondon Bureau

President Barack Obama said on Tuesday that he can’t intervene in the long-running case of a British hacker charged with breaking into U.S. military computers.

President Barack Obama said on Tuesday that he can’t intervene in the long-running case of a British hacker charged with breaking into U.S. military computers.

Gary McKinnon’s case came up during discussions with British Prime Minister David Cameron in Washington.

The U.K. Home Office is reviewing whether McKinnon’s medical condition is grounds to block his extradition to the U.S., which was approved in 2006.

McKinnon has yet to stand trial in the U.S., where he was indicted by the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia in 2002 for hacking into 97 military and NASA computers between February 2001 and March 2002.

He has been diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome, a neurological disorder related to autism characterized by deficiencies in social interaction. He would prefer to be prosecuted in the U.K., but the Crown Prosecution Service has turned down the case because the U.S. has jurisdiction.

Obama said during a news conference with Cameron that by tradition U.S. presidents do not get involved in extraditions or prosecutions and that his “team will follow the law.”

Read in Full:  http://news.idg.no/cw/art.cfm?id=F4AF728B-1A64-67EA-E44379944F51CAD4


Previous Updates

Gary McKinnon Updates: Nick Clegg Raises Doubts Over Powers To Halt Extradition

Wednesday, 26 May 2010 6:41 P GMT
  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

Gary McKinnon Updates: New British Government Considers McKinnon’s Appeal/Theresa May Halts Legal Battle Against Extradition To US

Wednesday, 19 May 2010 2:43 P GMT
 Gary McKinnon is hoping to avoid U.S. prosecution for hacking by approaching the new coalition governmentby Jeremy KirkMay 18, 2010, 12:10 PM —  IDG News Service —  <!–paging_filter–> Britain’s new government i

Gary McKinnon Updates: US Prosecution Of McKinnon ‘Spiteful’, Says Ex-Top-Cop

Tuesday, 11 May 2010 8:40 P GMT
 No reason why Pentagon hacker can’t be tried in UK By John Leyden • Get more from this author Posted in Policing, 10th May 2010 09:04 GMT The senior former policeman in charge of the National Hi-Tech Crime Unit squad which first

McKinnon’s Mum Fights For Civil Liberties In Parliamentary Run(Includes Outcome Update)

Tuesday, 4 May 2010 10:01 P GMT
A day in a life on a campaign trail By John LeydenPosted in Government, 3rd May 2010 08:02 GMTInterview Janis Sharp, mother of accused Pentagon hacker Gary McKinnon, is upbeat about her run for Parliament despite acknowledging she has little cha

Gary McKinnon Updates: Janis Sharp To Battle Straw

Tuesday, 13 April 2010 5:31 P GMT
 Janis Sharp PRESS ASSOCIATION The mother of accused computer hacker Gary McKinnon is to stand against Justice Secretary Jack Straw at the General Election. Janis Sharp blames Mr Straw, who was Foreign Secretary when Britain’s current extrad

Gary McKinnon Updates: New Court Date In Extradition Marathon

Tuesday, 23 February 2010 2:46 P GMT
 Ian GrantMonday 22 February 2010 03:33 Self-confessed hacker Gary McKinnon will return to court in May to hear whether the home secretary was right to allow his extradition to the US to face charges of hacking US federal and military comp

Gary McKinnon Updates: Charlie Mckinnon On His Son’s Fight Against US Extradition

Tuesday, 9 February 2010 7:02 P GMT
  Feb 7 2010 Lesley Roberts, Sunday Mail CHARLIE McKINNON should have left his scaffolding job by now and be enjoying a quiet retirement. Instead, the building site worker is at the centre of a major international incident, fi

Gary McKinnon Updates: Death Threats

Friday, 22 January 2010 4:40 P GMT
  UFO hacker Gary McKinnon gets death threats Exclusive report by Chris Richards, Rep

Gary McKinnon Updates: Pentagon Hacker Wins Delay Of Extradition To U.S.

Wednesday, 13 January 2010 1:42 A GMT
 January 13, 2010. A Briton who hacked into NASA and Pentagon computers has won the right to challenge the government’s decision to refuse to block his extradition to the United States, his lawyers said on Wednesday. Skip related contentGary

Gary McKinnon Updates: New Hope on Extradition

Tuesday, 1 December 2009 2:02 P GMT
 Hacker gets new hope on extraditionTuesday, Dec 1  2009 Home Secretary Alan Johnson has said he is considering granting computer hacker Gary McKinnon extra time to apply for a judicial review of his case. Skip related contentMr McKinn

Gary McKinnon Updates: Gary McKinnon’s Mother In Tears After Snub From Alan Johnson

Wednesday, 11 November 2009 1:33 A GMT
  The mother of Gary McKinnon, the internet hacker fighting extradition to the United States, broke down in tears yesterday after Alan Johnson, the Home Secretary, allegedly refused to talk to her. By Rosa Prince, Political Correspond

Gary McKinnon Updates: Computer Hacker Gary McKinnon Loses Fight To Stand Trial In UK

Wednesday, 7 October 2009 3:36 P GMT
Janis Sharp will talk about her son Gary McKinnon’s ongoing extradition case. 07 October 2009 05:00 AM The mother of Scottish computer hacker Gary McKinnon

GaryMcKinnon Updates: Verdict on Extradition to be Announced This Week

Tuesday, 15 September 2009 9:58 P GMT
UFO hacker Gary McKinnon to learn of Supreme Court appeal 14 September 2009 Self-confessed hacker Gary McKinnon, who gained unauthorised access to multiple Pentagon computer systems, will learn this week whether an application for an

Gary McKinnon Updates: Protestors Challenge McKinnon Extradition/American Civil Liberties Union Attacks David Miliband over UK/US Extradition Treaty

Thursday, 27 August 2009 9:05 P GMT
 By Jon Ashford Skip related contentProtestors against Gary McKinnon’s extradition demonstrated in Grosvenor Square today, just metres from the US embassy.Among the attendees at the demonstration, organised by civil liberties campaigners Lib

Updates(Includes New Petition): Gary McKinnon Loses Appeal Against Extradition To The U.S.

Friday, 31 July 2009 10:39 A GMT
  By Michael Seamark and James Slack Last updated at 10:59 AM on 31st July 2009British computer expert Gary McKinnon today lost his latest High Court bid to avoid extradition to America where he faces trial for hacking into U.S. military networ

Updates: Gary McKinnon’s Impending Extradition Must Be Stopped/No Pity From US

Sunday, 26 July 2009 9:45 P GMT
David Burrowes MP, Sunday, July 26 2009 This last month has been an unusual one since it has involved a constituent’s case receiving national prominence and has led to Parliamentary calls for a review of both an Act of Parliament and a Treaty.

Gary McKinnon Updates: In the Name of Compassion, Britain Must Reverse This Shameful Decision

Friday, 3 July 2009 6:57 P GMT
 Gary McKinnon is facing charges of up to 60 years in a U.S. court By Daily Mail Comment Last updated at 1:51 AM on 03rd July 2009Eight years ago, a solitary geek sat at his computer in his flat in North London. A sufferer of Asperger’s sy

Gary McKinnon Updates: New Hearing Date Set On Extradition/My Son Is Not A Cyber-Terrorist/Petition Tops 4,000

Tuesday, 16 June 2009 1:10 P GMT
 TERRIFIED: Gary McKinnon  GARY McKinnon is facing extradition for what has been described as “the biggest military computer hack of all time”. His mother JANIS SHARP argues that his treatment by the authorities is cruel, unne

Gary McKinnon Updates: Can A Harmless UFO Obsessive Be Saved From 70 Years In A Brutal American Jail?

Monday, 1 June 2009 6:22 P GMT
By Geoffrey WansellThe fate of self-confessed ‘bumbling computer nerd’ and UFO spotter Gary McKinnon  -  who faces extradition to the U.S. and a possible 70-year prison sentence after hacking into 97 military and Nasa computers&nbs

Gary McKinnon Updates – Pink Floyd Guitarist Sings In Support

Wednesday, 27 May 2009 1:43 P GMT
 Warwick AshfordPink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour is to produce a new recording of the song Chicago by Graham Nash in support of London UFO fanatic and computer hacker Gary McKinnon.Nash authorised a reworking of the song written for the “

Gary McKinnon Update: Sign Our Petition Today

Wednesday, 13 May 2009 5:45 P GMT
 Journalists: find our latest press release about Gary McKinnon’s case in ‘Related resources’ at the bottom of this page. Gary McKinnon was diagnosed with Asperger syndrome in August 2008 and faces extradition to the United States to

Gary McKinnon Updates: Supporters Rally at U.S. Embassy in London

Friday, 3 April 2009 10:10 P GMT
 Gary McKinnon’s mother, six others back his effort to avoid being extradited to the U.S. By Jeremy Kirk April 2, 2009 (IDG News Service) As protesters again took to the streets of London today in

Gary McKinnon Updates – ‘Drop Hacker Case’ – Terry Waite

Tuesday, 17 March 2009 3:42 P GMT
‘Drop hacker case’ – Terry WaiteHuman rights campaigner and former hostage Terry Waite has called on the US to drop charges against British computer hacker Gary McKinnon. Glasgow-born Mr McKinnon, 42, from Wood Green, north London, faces up t

Gary McKinnon Updates: Latest Round in Extradition Battle Lost/Sting Supports Fight for UK Trial

Thursday, 26 February 2009 2:57 P GMT
Hacker loses extradition battleComputer hacker Gary McKinnon lost the latest round of his fight against extradition to the US when British prosecutors refused to bring charges against him.  Gary McKinnon lost latest round of hi

Gary McKinnon – Ongoing Updates

Monday, 12 January 2009 11:26 P GMT
Gary McKinnon, the hacker accused of breaking into the Pentagon and Nasa, could be tried in Britain Photo: PA Nasa hacker Gary McKinnon could be tried in Britain Gary McKinnon, the British hacker accused of breaking into

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