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Delight: Gary Mckinnon, pictured yesterday with his mother Janis Sharp, after finding out that he will not be sent to stand trial in the US

  • Delight: Gary Mckinnon, pictured yesterday with his mother Janis Sharp, after finding out that he will not be sent to stand trial in the US


  • *Gary McKinnon is beginning delicate process of trying to regain mental health after ten years of living in constant fear

  • *He says: ‘It still does not feel real but only now am I starting to feel as if a shutter has flipped up and lifted in my head’

  • *Home Secretary blocked extradition on human rights grounds to protect him from inhumane or degrading treatment

  • *Decision is extraordinary victory for the Daily Mail’s An Affront to British Justice campaign launched three years ago


By James Slack, Michael Seamark and Christian Gysin



American authorities are furious after the British Home Secretary announced that infamous hacker Gary McKinnon would not be extradited to the US to stand trial for the biggest military security breach in history.

Louis Susman, the American Ambassador in London, was left fuming when
he learned of Theresa May’s dramatic halting of Gary’s removal shortly before she rose to deliver her statement to the Commons yesterday lunchtime.

Critics drew pointed comparisons between the McKinnon case and that of
hate preacher Abu Hamza, who was recently flown to the US from Britain on terrorism charges following a long-running extradition battle.

Mrs May supported Hamza’s removal and the US administration had been convinced that she would approve the computer hacker’s extradition. Last night, the US State Department said the American government was examining the decision.

A spokesman said it was ‘disappointed by the decision to deny Gary McKinnon’s extradition to face long overdue justice in the United States’.

And lawyer David Rivkin, former White House counsel to President Reagan and the first President Bush, said the move would go down ‘very badly’.

He said: ‘It’s really deplorable. The justification by the Home Secretary is

‘You have an individual who says he is going to commit suicide – American prisons and penal institutions have an excellent track record of stopping people who are trying to commit suicide.

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