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Lauri Love hacking case 'should be heard in UK' BBC News Lauri Love, arrested in Suffolk, has been released on bail until next February A British man arrested on suspicion of hacking into US military computers should face justice in the UK, his
Gary's solicitor, Karen, told us the Daily Mail was taking up the case, and that this was the best chance we had. It would propel Gary to the forefront of the news, she said, adding that the Mail tended to win their campaigns...This was the very
20 July 2013 0 View comments Janis Sharp, the mother of Gary McKinnon, condemned the move The Government is at the centre of a row over plans to abolish the right to challenge extradition proceedings, ending the protection of vulnerable suspects like
THERESA MAY, the worst, Home Secretary, the UK has ever had. Theresa May, feted and applauded by Media and the political establishment, as being so brilliant that she could be in line to be the next leader of the Conservative party; and,
The Kim Dotcom case proves American lynch-mob mentality is spreading like an extra-legal fungus across the planet. It's high time governments re-read the Declaration of Human Rights (1948) and reacquainted themselves with the fundamental principles...
But one thing we have learned about the Libdems over the last 3 years is just how two-faced and unprincipled they are...Interestingly, the phrase "damage to international relations" was exactly the reason given for the Home Office's refusal to a
This guy has actually committed a crime...but watch, he won't be extradited!...Islander , Maritimes, Canada, 23/2/2013 14:34 Click to rate Rating (0) This is absurd. He broke the law in Scotland, therefore, he needs to face the law in Scotland.
Pentagon and Nasa hacker Gary McKinnon, whose extradition to the US was blocked by Theresa May. Photograph: Andy Rain/Corbis It's only a few weeks since the home secretary, Theresa May, made the decision that Gary McKinnon should not be extradited to
Extradition laws the home secretary, Theresa May, says it is in the public interest that these arrangements function properly. Photograph: Jeff Overs/BBC/PA The home secretary, Theresa May , is to close the door on future campaigns by those facing
San Francisco A pardon of McKinnon would send 'a strong signal of the wisdom of embracing these masters.' Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA/Corbis A leading military thinker has urged President Barack Obama to pardon the British computer hacker Gary McKinnon