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Gary McKinnon who hacked NASA to proof the existence of Extraterrestrial life has won after 10 years

 
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Gary McKinnon who hacked NASA to proof the existence of Extraterrestrial life has won after 10 years
Gary McKinnon has had his extradition blocked by the UK government. He has finally won his 10-year fight against extradition after Home Secretary Theresa May today halted proceedings on human rights grounds.

The Home Secretary said medical reports warning the computer hacker would kill himself if sent to the US were sufficient grounds to bring the decade-long battle to an end. It is 10 years since he was first arrested, and his case has come to symbolise a purported imbalance in the extradition arrangements between the UK and the US.

McKinnon was accused by US prosecutors of "the biggest military computer hack of all time", but he claims he was simply looking for evidence of UFOs.

[link to thehackernews.com]
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Re: Gary McKinnon who hacked NASA to proof the existence of Extraterrestrial life has won after 10 years
All the extradition would have done is increase anti-Americanism, which really does not benefit Obamas administration right now, and going into an election, so as cynical as it sounds I can't help but feel they where equally involved in on this bit of news..

But I am still pleased at the outcome :)
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Did he find any evidence of ET?
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Did he find any evidence of ET?
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My best guess is that he found a honeypot aimed at others, and messed up the whole operation, which in a way is quite amusing, unless your name is Gary..
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Re: Gary McKinnon who hacked NASA to proof the existence of Extraterrestrial life has won after 10 years
Did he find any evidence of ET?
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yes, tons of evidence- if I get time I will send yoiu links- try googling it--- Project Camelot used to cover this heavily a few years ago--Kerry cassidy
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The most shocking find to McKinnon, the one he thought would be his ace in the hole negotiating with the US government, was what he found hacking into the systems of US Space Command. McKinnon says he found a log that listed non-terrestrial officers. He doesn’t believe that these were aliens, but he believes this to be evidence that the US military has a secret battalion in space. Some of these logs were ship to ship transfers, but he says he was usually smoking pot when he hacked, so that prevented him from remembering the names of the ships. McKinnon told the Gaurdian: “I was smoking a lot of dope at the time. Not good for the intellect.”

There are rumors that he has talked about the names of two of the ships he saw on the transfer logs, the names of the ships being the USSS LeMay and the USSS Hillenkoetter. Typically Navy ship names just have two S’, an acronym for United States Ship, however there are three S’ here, presumably standing for United States Space Ship. The names of the ships are also significant.

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The most shocking find to McKinnon, the one he thought would be his ace in the hole negotiating with the US government, was what he found hacking into the systems of US Space Command. McKinnon says he found a log that listed non-terrestrial officers. He doesn’t believe that these were aliens, but he believes this to be evidence that the US military has a secret battalion in space. Some of these logs were ship to ship transfers, but he says he was usually smoking pot when he hacked, so that prevented him from remembering the names of the ships. McKinnon told the Gaurdian: “I was smoking a lot of dope at the time. Not good for the intellect.”

There are rumors that he has talked about the names of two of the ships he saw on the transfer logs, the names of the ships being the USSS LeMay and the USSS Hillenkoetter. Typically Navy ship names just have two S’, an acronym for United States Ship, however there are three S’ here, presumably standing for United States Space Ship. The names of the ships are also significant.

[link to www.openminds.tv]
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Re: Gary McKinnon who hacked NASA to proof the existence of Extraterrestrial life has won after 10 years
Gary McKinnon has had his extradition blocked by the UK government. He has finally won his 10-year fight against extradition after Home Secretary Theresa May today halted proceedings on human rights grounds.

The Home Secretary said medical reports warning the computer hacker would kill himself if sent to the US were sufficient grounds to bring the decade-long battle to an end. It is 10 years since he was first arrested, and his case has come to symbolise a purported imbalance in the extradition arrangements between the UK and the US.

McKinnon was accused by US prosecutors of "the biggest military computer hack of all time", but he claims he was simply looking for evidence of UFOs.

[link to thehackernews.com]
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