Not blind enough? - First we extradite Roman Polanski from Switzerland in order to put him on trial in Los Angeles, now Gary McKinnon (who hacked into NASA computers looking for UFO information) has been refused permission to appeal to the UK Supreme Court against his extradition to the US. Both of them could end up spending the rest of their lives in American prisons.
In Hollywood, rumor has it that the Los Angeles DA is being vindictive because a recent documentary about Polanski called into question the methods used to prosecute him 26 years years ago. Meanwhile, in the McKinnon case, BBC News quotes his lawyer Karen Todner as saying, "Why is our government so inhumane as to allow this to happen to someone, particularly someone with Asperger's, a form of autism?"
BBC quotes McKinnon's mother Janis Sharp as saying, "To use my desperately vulnerable son in this way is despicable, immoral and devoid of humanity." At a time when most of the Western countries are declassifying their UFO documents, the McKinnon trial seems particularly silly.
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