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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 appeal in his case will be heard by the Supreme Court, the new highest court in the UK.

If the appeal goes ahead, then Infosecurity understands an extradition of McKinnon would be unlikely to happen before next spring.

McKinnon, who has been diagnosed with Aspergers syndrome, has admitted his hacking exploits, but has claimed all along that he carried out his unauthorised accesses merely to prove the existence of UFOs and the fact that they have been investigated by the US military.

The Supreme Court application for an appeal comes as a cross party group of MPs attempted earlier this month to apply fresh political pressure on the current Home Secretary Alan Johnson to halt the extradition of McKinnon.

The delegation of three Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrat members told Johnson in a Home Office meeting last week that he has the “power and the duty” to step in to prevent McKinnon from being sent for trial in the USA.

David Davis, the former Shadow Home Secretary, the Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesman Chris Huhne and Michael Meacher, the former Labour minister, all joined forces for the meeting looking at the case of McKinnon.

Read Article in Full:  http://www.infosecurity-magazine.com/view/3950/ufo-hacker-gary-mckinnon-to-learn-of-supreme-court-appeal/

Wednesday 30 September 2009, 5:30 PM

McKinnon fight goes to Brighton

Posted by Tom Espiner

Campaigners against the extradition of Nasa hacker Gary McKinnon have garnered more support at the Labour Party conference in Brighton.

McKinnon’s mother Janis Sharp told ZDNet UK on Tuesday that MP Keith Vaz had agreed to write to American civil liberties campaigner Jessie Jackson outlining McKinnon’s case.

The hacker, who admits accessing US systems in 2001/02, claims to have been searching for evidence of UFOs. Last summer McKinnon was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome.

The National Autistic Society (NAS) has requested a meeting with Sarah Brown, the prime minister’s wife, to discuss McKinnon’s situation, a NAS spokesperson told ZDNet UK on Wednesday.

McKinnon faces extradition to the US to face hacking charges.

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