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    Project Camelot interviews Gary McKinnon



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    Free Gary McKinnon! Petition

    For those of you who don't know Gary McKinnon, he hacked in the pentagon's computers and supposively saw some top secret UFO material. He says the computers had no password protection and that it wasn't a matter of hacking in to them as they were left open. This must have embarrass the pentagon as the want him deported form the UK to the USA to execute him.

    This petition is to help free him.

    To: U.S. Congress
    Free Gary McKinnon!


    In 2002, Gary McKinnon was arrested by the UK's national high-tech crime unit, after being accused of hacking into Nasa and the US military computer networks.

    He says he spent two years looking for photographic evidence of alien spacecraft and advanced power technology.

    America now wants to put him on trial, and if tried there he could face 60 years behind bars.

    Banned from using the internet, Gary spoke to Click presenter Spencer Kelly to tell his side of the story, ahead of his extradition hearing on Wednesday, 10 May. You can read what he had to say here.

    Spencer Kelly: Here's your list of charges: you hacked into the Army, the Navy, the Air Force, the Department of Defense, and Nasa, amongst other things. Why?

    Gary McKinnon: I was in search of suppressed technology, laughingly referred to as UFO technology. I think it's the biggest kept secret in the world because of its comic value, but it's a very important thing.

    Old-age pensioners can't pay their fuel bills, countries are invaded to award oil contracts to the West, and meanwhile secretive parts of the secret government are sitting on suppressed technology for free energy.

    SK: How did you go about trying to find the stuff you were looking for in Nasa, in the Department of Defense?

    GM: Unlike the press would have you believe, it wasn't very clever. I searched for blank passwords, I wrote a tiny Perl script that tied together other people's programs that search for blank passwords, so you could scan 65,000 machines in just over eight minutes.

    SK: So you're saying that you found computers which had a high-ranking status, administrator status, which hadn't had their passwords set - they were still set to default?

    GM: Yes, precisely.

    SK: Were you the only hacker to make it past the slightly lower-than-expected lines of defence?

    GM: Yes, exactly, there were no lines of defence. There was a permanent tenancy of foreign hackers. You could run a command when you were on the machine that showed connections from all over the world, check the IP address to see if it was another military base or whatever, and it wasn't.

    The General Accounting Office in America has again published another damning report saying that federal security is very, very poor.

    SK: Over what kind of period were you hacking into these computers? Was it a one-time only, or for the course of a week?


    A bird or a plane?... Gary was not able to get a picture of what he saw
    GM: Oh no, it was a couple of years.

    SK: And you went unnoticed for a couple of years?

    GM: Oh yes. I used to be careful about the hours.

    SK: So you would log on in the middle of the night, say?

    GM: Yes, I'd always be juggling different time zones. Doing it at night time there's hopefully not many people around. But there was one occasion when a network engineer saw me and actually questioned me and we actually talked to each other via WordPad, which was very, very strange.

    SK: So what did he say? And what did you say?

    GM: He said "What are you doing?" which was a bit shocking. I told him I was from Military Computer Security, which he fully believed.

    SK: Did you find what you were looking for?

    GM: Yes.

    SK: Tell us about it.

    GM: There was a group called the Disclosure Project. They published a book which had 400 expert witnesses ranging from civilian air traffic controllers, through military radar operators, right up to the chaps who were responsible for whether or not to launch nuclear missiles.

    They are some very credible, relied upon people, all saying yes, there is UFO technology, there's anti-gravity, there's free energy, and it's extra-terrestrial in origin, and we've captured spacecraft and reverse-engineered it.

    SK: What did you find inside Nasa?

    GM: One of these people was a Nasa photographic expert, and she said that in building eight of Johnson Space Centre they regularly airbrushed out images of UFOs from the high-resolution satellite imaging. What she said was there was there: there were folders called "filtered" and "unfiltered", "processed" and "raw", something like that.

    I got one picture out of the folder, and bearing in mind this is a 56k dial-up, so a very slow internet connection, in dial-up days, using the remote control programme I turned the colour down to 4bit colour and the screen resolution really, really low, and even then the picture was still juddering as it came onto the screen.

    But what came on to the screen was amazing. It was a culmination of all my efforts. It was a picture of something that definitely wasn't man-made.

    It was above the Earth's hemisphere. It kind of looked like a satellite. It was cigar-shaped and had geodesic domes above, below, to the left, the right and both ends of it, and although it was a low-resolution picture it was very close up.

    This thing was hanging in space, the earth's hemisphere visible below it, and no rivets, no seams, none of the stuff associated with normal man-made manufacturing.

    SK: Is it possible this is an artist's impression?

    GM: I don't know... For me, it was more than a coincidence. This woman has said: "This is what happens, in this building, in this space centre". I went into that building, that space centre, and saw exactly that.

    SK: Do you have a copy of this? It came down to your machine.

    GM: No, the graphical remote viewer works frame by frame. It's a Java application, so there's nothing to save on your hard drive, or at least if it is, only one frame at a time.

    SK: So did you get the one frame?

    GM: No.

    SK: What happened?

    GM: Once I was cut off, my picture just disappeared.

    SK: You were actually cut off the time you were downloading the picture?

    GM: Yes, I saw the guy's hand move across.

    SK: You acknowledge that what you did was against the law, it was wrong, don't you?

    GM: Unauthorised access is against the law and it is wrong.

    SK: What do you think is a suitable punishment for someone who did what you did?

    GM: Firstly, because of what I was looking for, I think I was morally correct. Even though I regret it now, I think the free energy technology should be publicly available.

    I want to be tried in my own country, under the Computer Misuse Act, and I want evidence brought forward, or at least want the Americans to have to provide evidence in order to extradite me, because I know there is no evidence of damage.

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    Nasa told Click that it does not discuss computer security issues or legal matters. It denied it would ever manipulate images in order to deceive and said it had a policy of open and full disclosure, adding it had no direct evidence of extra-terrestrial life.

    Free Gary McKinnon! He have evidences! He have evidences!

    Sincerely,


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    Good news' for British hacker Saturday, February 21, 2009

    UK NEWS:

    Good news' for British hacker
    Saturday, February 21, 2009

    The British hacker facing extradition to the the U.S. for hacking into American military computers will know on Friday whether he can seek a judicial review.

    Video Below:

    The court hearing his request for review was told that Gary McKinnon, 42, of London, could be a suicide risk if his extradition to the U.S. went ahead.

    He has been diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome and his legal team argued his extradition would be inappropriate.

    Lawyers for the home secretary played down the risk to Mr. McKinnon's health.

    Psychosis or suicide

    Edward Fitzgerald QC acting for Mr McKinnon told the court: "The very fact of extradition would endanger his health."

    The lawyer told the High Court his medical condition was likely to give rise to psychosis or suicide if removed to the U.S., far away from his family, and he should be allowed to stand trial in the UK.

    His legal team are requesting a judicial review into Mr McKinnon's extradition, as he was only diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome last August.

    The condition had not been taken into consideration by Home Secretary Jacqui Smith at the time she decided he should be extradited.

    Mr Fitzgerald accused the Home Secretary of failing to inform herself and properly consider these risks before decide in October last year to permit extradition.

    He said she had also failed to request an undertaking from the U.S. that Mr McKinnon, "a seriously disordered person", would be repatriated to serve his sentence in the UK, or request that he be given bail pending trial.

    Hugo Keith, appearing for the Home Secretary, argued that the Minister had ACTED within her powers and extradition would not be oppressive or unjust.

    Mr. McKinnon's risk of mental illness could be mitigated by treatment in the U.S. - otherwise one would be arguing that no-one with severe or moderately severe mental Suffering could ever be extradited. "

    Lord Justice Maurice Kay and Mr Justice Simon said they hoped to give their decision on Friday.

    Mr. McKinnon has always admitted hacking into the computer systems in 2001-2 which the U.S. government says cost $ 800,000 (£ 550,000) in damage.

    Obsession

    He has always said that he had no malicious intent but was looking for classified documents on UFOs he believed the U.S. authorities had suppressed.

    Speaking on Thursday, Professor Simon Baron-Cohen, a leading expert on Asperger's Syndrome responsible for the diagnosis of Mr McKinnon said: "If, as I believe, the crime was committed through naivety and through an obsession - in this case with computers and trying to find information - without any intent to deceive, without any attempt to hide what he was doing, we should be thinking about this as the activity or somebody with a disability rather than a criminal activity. "

    Mr McKinnon's legal team have sent a request to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Keir Starmer, for him to face trial in the UK rather than the U.S..

    The DPP will give his answer in four weeks time and the court heard today that the Home Secretary had agreed to postpone Mr. McKinnon's extradition until the DPP had considered his response.

    'Ray of hope'

    Speaking on Thursday, his solicitor, Karen Todner, had feared he could be removed to the U.S. within days.

    Speaking outside the court Mr McKinnon said: "It's been a good day overall. For a change it's slightly good news - a little ray of hope."

    If his legal team can persuade the DPP to try Mr McKinnon in the UK, he would face a three to four year sentence rather than a potential 70 years in U.S. courts.


    Source: news.bbc.co.uk




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    breaking news; Gary McKinnon

    Itv news 10.25pm this evening has just claimed that Gary McKinnon has lost his appeal!
    OMG! never thought it would come to this.
    Sorry no links i can not find anything on line as yet.

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    UK government delays hacker extradition deadline

    LONDON – The British government says it will consider new medical evidence before approving the extradition of a computer hacker wanted in the U.S. on charges of breaking into military computers.

    U.S. prosecutors accuse Gary McKinnon of hacking into dozens of computers shortly after Sept. 11, 2001. McKinnon says he was looking for evidence of UFOs.

    This month, Britain's High Court ruled the 43-year-old should be extradited. The government gave him two weeks to appeal to the European Court of Human Rights.

    McKinnon's lawyers say he has a form of autism and is at risk of suicide if extradited.

    Home Secretary Alan Johnson said Monday he had "stopped the clock ticking on the representation to the European Court" because of new medical evidence about the autism.
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    Whistleblowers’ evidence of NASA UFO fraud might kill UK hacker case

    Whistleblowers’ evidence of NASA UFO fraud might kill UK hacker case
    « on: March 23, 2009, 04:47:20 PM »

    Whistleblowers’ evidence of NASA UFO fraud might kill UK hacker case

    Whistleblowers? evidence of NASA UFO fraud might kill UK hacker case

    Whistleblowers’ evidence of NASA UFO fraud might kill UK hacker case

    Evidence that U.S. space agency NASA has defrauded U.S. taxpayers for billions of dollars could scrap NASA’s case against UK hacker Gary McKinnon. 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.

    The space agency is attempting to prosecute McKinnon for hacking into NASA computer files. McKinnon has stated that he saw UFO-related files in NASA’s computers. But NASA has denied any “cover-up”.

    NASA’s claim of innocence faces a serious challenge. Some of the whistleblowers are former NASA employees and contractors with inside knowledge of NASA’s operation. If NASA’s destruction of public property is confirmed, the alleged cost of McKinnon’s hacking would be insignificant compared to NASA’s annual funding of more than $17 billion. Even worse, NASA’s year 2000 mission statement boasted that it is “ethical and honest” in all that they do.

    Part of NASA's mission is to look for signs of intelligent life in outer space. So asking for more money to 'look', after they've already destroyed evidence that they 'found', is a not going to be easy.

    Among these whistleblowers are US Air Force Sergeant Karl Wolfe, former NASA employee Donna Hare, and former NASA engineer John Schuessler. Wolfe and Hare exposed some of NASA’s misdeeds at the May 9, 2001 Disclosure Project press conference in Washington, D.C. They both offered to give similar testimony before the U.S. Congress.

    According to the Disclosure Project:

    Donna Hare had a secret clearance while working for NASA contractor, Philco Ford. She testifies that she was shown a photo of a picture with a distinct UFO. Her colleague explained that it was his job to airbrush such evidence of UFOs out of photographs before they were released to the public. She also heard information from other Johnson Space Center employees that some astronauts had seen extraterrestrial craft and that when some of them wanted to speak out about this they were threatened.” [See Hare’s testimony at 100:10 minutes into the May 9, 2001 Disclosure Project press conference.


    “Sergeant Karl Wolfe was in the Air Force for 4 and 1/2 years beginning in January 1964. He had a top-secret crypto clearance and worked with the tactical air command at Langley AFB in Virginia. While working at a NSA [National Security Agency] facility he was shown photographs taken by the Lunar Orbiter of the moon that showed detailed artificial structures. These photos were taken prior to the Apollo landing in 1969. [See Wolfe’s testimony at 57:50 minutes into the May 9, 2001 Disclosure Project press conference.

    John Schuessler is a Denver area resident and retired aerospace engineer from Lockheed Martin. He worked at NASA on nearly every manned U.S. space flight since its inception. In a March 19, 2008 lecture in Lakewood, CO, Schuessler talked about seeing an unfamiliar photo from one of the Apollo moon landings. Schuessler said:

    “I went to a conference in Canada, in Toronto. I think it was [19]82. A guy came up to me and said ‘I’ve got this NASA photo. Do you recognize this?’ And it was an Apollo shot. And it was an official lithograph that they release. I’ve got hundreds of these lithographs.

    I didn’t have that one. And they are all numbered. They have a photograph number on them and on the back of them is printed the information about what it is. This photograph had a UFO in the background.

    So as soon as I got back to Houston I went to the photo lab and told them I’d like to look at the Apollo photos. And we’re old friends you know, so they said ‘sure here’s the rack of them.’

    So I went down through the rack of the Apollo photos and the numbers sequentially. And I got to a series of numbers, that this one was in the middle of, and there were no photos. They were all missing. And I said ‘well where are these photos?’ He said, ‘well it’s like all these others, the film was bad.’ And I had seen the thing first hand with the NASA printing on it so I know it came out. But it was withdrawn.”

    Schuessler was also the co-founder of MUFON (Mutual UFO Network) International and its past Director. It was Schuessler’s story of the missing NASA UFO photo that was largely responsible for inspiring the ballot initiative to create an Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission in Denver.

    NASA seems intent on making an example of UK hacker Gary McKinnon. In the end, the public might be intent on making an example of NASA. After all, how can NASA keep getting $17 billion a year during an economic crisis after taxpayers find out NASA has been lying to them for decades and squandering their hard-earned money? The legal experts should ask, “is it a crime for someone to hack into a government agency that is committing a much bigger crime?”

    There's talk that McKinnon might serve up to 60-70 years in prison if found guilty. So what is the maximum sentence for NASA officials if found guilty of defrauding taxpayers? On Jan. 20, an UK judge is expected to make a final decision on McKinnon’s extradition to the U.S. That gives NASA less than one week to avoid a collision with reality.

    “Earth to NASA, you have a problem!”
    Whistleblowers’ evidence of NASA UFO fraud might kill UK hacker case Whistleblowers

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    ? Anybody seen this~~Gary McKinnon; BBC; today 12 Nov '09

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/8357417.stm

    Nothing wrong with GM's "mental or physical health". UK together with US has got to figure out a way to keep GM info from getting in front of the cameras.
    That info would probably be bad, bad, re; getting full disclosure out from US.

    He's got 'em over a barrel. CIA and NSA and 'other alphabets' are retarded for having pushed this to this stage.

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    Things are looking up for gary Mckinnon could this be the life line he needs.

    You CAN save Gary McKinnon: MPs' bombshell letter explodes Home Secretary's claim that law makes him powerless to halt extradition
    By JAMES SLACK and MICHAEL SEAMARK
    Last updated at 1:15 PM on 13th November 2009



    'Suicidal': Gary McKinnon faces extradition to the U.S. for hacking into Pentagon and Nasa computers

    Alan Johnson was last night told by a powerful group of MPs that he can and must halt the extradition of Gary McKinnon.

    In a devastating letter, the Home Affairs Select Committee flatly rejected Mr Johnson's claim that he is powerless to intervene.

    Gary, who has Asperger's syndrome and is said to be suicidal, is due to be handed over to the U.S. under the controversial Extradition Act.

    There he faces up to 60 years in jail for hacking into Pentagon and Nasa computers while searching for proof of alien life.

    But the Labour chairman of the committee, Keith Vaz, said the 'precarious state' of Gary's mental health meant his removal should be stopped.

    The letter also calls for a 'comprehensive review' of the entire Extradition Act - which is widely considered imbalanced against British citizens.

    It is a stunning vindication for Gary's supporters, and will pile enormous pressure on Mr Johnson to change his stance.

    Earlier this year, the Mail presented the Home Secretary with evidence from two leading extradition lawyers stating that he could stop the removal on health grounds.

    But Mr Johnson - while refusing to publish his own legal advice - stubbornly insisted that this was not the case.

    Now - after studying the legal opinion obtained by the Mail, and holding a public evidence session with Mr Johnson and Gary's mother Janis this week - the Home Affairs committee has sided with Gary, 43, and this newspaper.


    Bombshell: Alan Johnson has been told by the Home Affairs Select Committee - chaired by Keith Vaz (right) - that he can stop McKinnon's extradition

    The letter from Mr Vaz - a former minister - to the Home Secretary says: 'We received a clear legal opinion... that the scope for the exercise of discretion by the Home Secretary is greater than you believe.

    'Because of Mr McKinnon's precarious state of mental health, the Committee is of the view that he should not be extradited to the U.S.A. and you should exercise your discretion in this case.'

    Officially, Mr Johnson has 'stopped the clock' on Gary's removal to the U.S while he considers new medical evidence of the danger he may take his own life if extradited.


    More...
    Gary McKinnon's mother snubbed in Commons by Alan Johnson
    A decision is expected later this month, but the Home Secretary continues to insist his hands are tied.

    If he allows the extradition to proceed, he would be flying in the face of evidence from lawyers, autism experts and now one of Parliament's most influential committees.

    Gary's mother - who has warned Gary would rather die than be extradited, and that he is 'suicidal' - was delighted by the committee's letter.


    Long fight: McKinnon's mother Janis Sharp hopes Johnson listens to the committee

    She said: 'It's excellent news and I am incredibly pleased they have come to the same conclusion as everyone else - apart, that is, from the Home Secretary and his advisers.

    'I appreciated the careful way that the MPs on the committee listened to my evidence and considered my written submission to them. Now I hope Mr Johnson listens to what the committee is telling him.

    'I am delighted that MPs from all the political parties are standing up for what is right and just for Gary.'

    Gary's solicitor, Karen Todner, said: 'We are very pleased with the committee's decision. It reinforces what Gary's legal team - and serious legal opinion - has consistently argued.

    'The Home Secretary does have the power to intervene in Gary's case - and he should halt his extradition.'

    Liberal Democrat spokesman Chris Huhne said: 'The Home Affairs Select Committee is telling Alan Johnson what he has already been told and what he should have known.

    'It is not in the interests of justice to send a British citizen with mental health problems to face decades in an American jail.

    'The Home Secretary must put an end to this shameful episode and then renegotiate the extradition treaty so this fiasco is not repeated.'

    The evidence the Mail obtained from human rights QC Tim Owen and Julian Knowles, a leading extradition lawyer, categorically stated: 'The Extradition Act 2003 gives the English courts the primary responsibility - but, importantly, not the exclusive responsibility - for ensuring that... safeguards are maintained. This is because both the courts and the Home Secretary have a role to play in extradition.

    'It is therefore plain that the Home Secretary has the power - and indeed the duty - to intervene in any extradition case even after the court process has ended if the evidence establishes that there is a real risk of a human rights breach should extradition proceed.

    'Statements made to the contrary by the Government are obviously and plainly wrong.'

    Lord Carlile, Mr Johnson's adviser on terror laws, has also said he is satisfied that the minister does have the power.

    He said placing Gary at the mercy of the U.S. courts would be 'disproportionate, unnecessary and unconscionable'.

    Last night, a Home Office spokesman said: 'The Home Secretary has maintained throughout the proceedings that he has no general discretion to refuse extradition. At this stage in the case the sole issue is whether extradition would, or would not, breach Mr McKinnon's human rights.

    'Unless the evidence shows that extradition would breach the European Convention on Human Rights it would be unlawful to refuse extradition.'

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    update on Gary McKinnons long awaited freedom or maybe not now!

    An affront to British justice: Gary McKinnon could be in a U.S. jail before Christmas
    By MICHAEL SEAMARK and JAMES SLACK
    Last updated at 11:06 PM on 27th November 2009


    Appeal: Janis Sharp, pictured here with son Gary, fears he will be in a U.S. jail by Christmas
    Gary McKinnon's heartbroken family fear he could be behind bars in the United States by Christmas after Alan Johnson's 'barbaric' decision not to halt his extradition.
    The Home Secretary faced widespread condemnation yesterday for ignoring overwhelming medical evidence that the computer hacker is highly likely to kill himself if sent to America.
    A devastating psychiatric report said suicide was an 'almost certain inevitability' if the 43-year-old Asperger's sufferer was extradited to the U.S., where he faces up to 60 years in jail for hacking into military computers searching for reports of UFO sightings.
    But Mr Johnson rejected the lastditch appeal by Gary's lawyers, leaving his mother Janis Sharp, who has fought a tireless campaign – backed by the Daily Mail – to have her son tried in the UK, in despair.
    She said: 'This is a cruel and miserable decision. If the severity of Gary's mental condition isn't sufficient to prevent his extradition, I can't imagine what is. God help others facing a similar fate. Alan Johnson and this Government should hang their heads in shame to force a peaceful, vulnerable, misguided UFO fanatic like Gary thousands of miles away from his much needed support network.
    'Who exactly is our Government's loyalty to? Certainly not its own citizens.
    'We have seven days to seek a judicial review of this awful decision, or an intervention from the European Court of Human Rights.
    'If not, Gary could be extradited before Christmas.'
    Gary's lawyer, Karen Todner, said: 'It's a devastating blow and we are certainly coming to the end of the road.
    'We're just hoping that someone sees sense and steps in.
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    'All the legal team do know is we cannot give up because in some ways it's like dealing with a Death Row case. We genuinely believe that Gary's life is at stake.'
    Last night it emerged that Mr Johnson had also refused a separate request to postpone Gary's extradition for four to six months so he could receive medical treatment.
    Mr Johnson said only that, if Gary's condition deteriorated further, 'there are suitable protections available within the United Kingdom – including in-patient treatment and the power to detain compulsorily if necessary'.
    Conservative justice spokesman David Burrowes said: 'Alan Johnson has washed his hands of Gary.'
    Downing Street was also under fire over the timing of the announcement that the Government was cutting Gary adrift.
    Letters were emailed to Gary's lawyers and mother only after Gordon Brown was in the air on his way to a Commonwealth summit in Trinidad and Tobago, where he could not easily be held to account.
    Liberal Democrat spokesman Chris Huhne said: 'It should be a source of shame to Gordon Brown that his Government waited until he had left the country before running outrageous risks with a man's life.
    'This Government has appalling priorities when it values unfair and unequal extradition arrangements with another country over the vulnerable life of one of our own citizens.'


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    U.S. space program exposed on video, in support of Gray McKinnon

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    U.S. SPACE PROGRAM EXPOSED ON VIDEO, IN SUPPORT OF GARY
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    [Exopolitics Hong Kong - 7December 2009] Exopolitics
    Hong Kong expose on film, actual footage [in infrared] of the Secret Governments Space Fleet, piloted
    by Non Terrestrial Officers. The technology concerned is antigravity, taken from
    their UFO crash retrievals or given through technology exchange programs by
    ETs. Financed without
    congressional oversight and paid for by an unsuspecting American public, these
    forces are now trying to extradite Gary McKinnon to the USA to ensure his
    silence; under the guise of his damaging of NASA computers. To see what they are
    hiding watch as Ed Grimsley, Neil & Jake Gould show you first hand evidence
    of these craft at 200 miles altitude moving at an alleged 30,000 MPH



    Background:
    Gary
    McKinnon is to be extradited to the USA within one week for allegedly hacking into NASA computers and
    causing damage.
    The
    US government alleges that between February 2001 and March 2002, the 40-year-old computer enthusiast
    from north London hacked into dozens of US Army, Navy, Air Force, and Department
    of Defense computers, as well as 16 NASA computers.
    "It
    wasn't just an interest in little green men and flying saucers," said Mr
    McKinnon.
    "I
    believe that there are spacecraft, or there have been craft, flying around that
    the public doesn't know about."
    Mr.
    McKinnon further explained that he believes the US military has reverse engineered an
    anti-gravity propulsion system from recovered alien spacecraft, and that this
    propulsion system is being kept a secret.
    In
    that sense, Mr. McKinnon said he sees his own hacking as "humanitarian. " He said
    he only wanted to find evidence of a UFO cover-up and expose it. He called the
    alleged anti-gravity propulsion system "extra-terrestrial technology we should
    have access to".
    "I
    wanted to find out why this is being kept a secret when it could be put to good
    use," he said in the BBC interview last year.
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/4715612.stm

    "What
    was the most exciting thing you saw?" I ask.
    "I
    found a list of officers' names," he claims, "under the heading 'Non-Terrestrial
    Officers'."
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/theguardia...kend7.weekend2

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