Gary McKinnon, who may have Asperger’s Syndrome and is accused of hacking into NASA computers in order to obtain UFO information, is fighting extradition to the US, where–if convicted–he could even end up in Guantanamo. When British Prime Minister David Cameron made an official visit to the United States recently, he discussed the extradition treaty between the US and the UK that has caused a decade of grief for McKinnon.
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The October 27th edition of the Independent reports that the British government says it will consider new medical evidence about 43-year-old Gary McKinnon’s Asperser’s Syndrome before approving his extradition to the US on charges of breaking into NASA computers in his search for information on UFOs.

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NASA cover up may mean he goes free! – Besides the fact that Gary McKinnon has agreed to plead guilty to a minor charge so that he can be tried in the UK, there is ANOTHER reason why he may not be extradited to the US: NASA has erased all the evidence!

In the Denver UFO Examiner, Jeff Peckman writes, “Credible witnesses have claimed that NASA has altered or destroyed its photos containing images of UFOs. This could become a legal and public relations nightmare for NASA [if they try to bring McKinnon to trial].”
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Computer hacker Gary McKinnon pled guilty in the UK in order to avoid extradition to the US, where he could be tried as a terrorist for hacking NASA computers in his quest for classified UFO information (at least Guantanamo is closing!)

P2P Net reports that the final decision hasn’t been made by the English courts yet, but they let McKinnon?s lawyers know that if their client pled guilty under the “Misuse of Computers Act,” and was thus prosecuted and sentenced in the UK, it was unlikely that he would sent to American to stand trial since in the UK (as in the US), you can’t be tried twice for the same crime.

For all of us who abhor UFO secrecy, it’s whew! for now.
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