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McKinnon Extradition Now Likely

Cameron does an about-face. - After first saying that the extradition of UFO "hacker" GaryMcKinnon would be stalled indefinitely, new UK PrimeMinister Cameron quickly backtracked and now claims thatthere is nothing he can do to forestall his extradition tothe United States, where he could be tried as a terrorist and sentenced to years in prison. McKinnon claims he was visiting into NASA computers to look for UFO evidence. However, he is not a "hacker" as depicted in thepress because the computers he visited were not protectedfrom outside intrusion in any way. As NASA is a publicagency and under its own charter is not allowed to concealinformation, why McKinnon has been charged as a terrorist isunclear. There is no law against embarrassing the UnitedStates government.

McKinnon claims that he found evidence of the existence ofUS deep space fleets that were being overseen by NASA, butwas unable to obtain copies of the records he saw. Hedetailed his discoveries in an interview with Linda MoultonHowe on June 17, 2006, which is available as a specialinterview for subscribers in the Unknowncountry.comsubscriber area.

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