Gary McKinnon

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Theresa May saved my life – now she’s the only hope for the Human Rights Act | Gary McKinnon
It would be tragic if the ladder used to rescue me from extradition was kicked away from the next person who needs it

Gary McKinnon

15, Nov, 2016 @8:00 AM

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Computer activist Lauri Love loses appeal against US extradition
Love, 31, who has Asperger syndrome, could face a 99-year prison sentence for hacking into missile defence centres

Owen Bowcott Legal affairs correspondent

16, Sep, 2016 @5:35 PM

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Extraditing Lauri Love would be cruel. Justice must be done in the UK | Janis Sharp
Like Lauri, my son Gary McKinnon has Asperger’s. I saw the suffering he went through awaiting justice. The new safeguards against extradition must be implemented

Janis Sharp

16, Sep, 2016 @11:23 AM

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British man accused of hacking into US government networks arrested
Lauri Love held in Suffolk and facing possible extradition to US over claims he hacked agencies including Nasa and the Federal Reserve

Chris Johnston and agencies

16, Jul, 2015 @7:14 PM

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Hacker warned over visiting ill father in Glasgow over possible extradition risk

Gary McKinnon, who hacked Nasa and US defence department systems, may face US extradition action if he visits Scotland

Duncan Campbell

31, Jul, 2014 @5:25 PM

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Nasa hacking case: mothers accuse US of targeting British 'geeks'
Parents of Gary McKinnon and Richard O'Dwyer back Lauri Love, who is accused of breaking into US military networks

Josh Halliday

29, Oct, 2013 @8:34 PM

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Letters: The real victims of NSA surveillance
Letters: The families of Mr De Menezes and many victims of MI5/CIA cockups might take issue

11, Jun, 2013 @8:00 PM

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The next Gary McKinnon may suffer under these extradition proposals | Duncan Campbell

Duncan Campbell: Handing to the legal system the power to block extradition may lighten the home secretary's load, but will justice be done?

Duncan Campbell

07, Feb, 2013 @9:30 AM

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Home secretary Theresa May overhauls extradition laws
Minister transfers powers to consider last-minute representations on human rights grounds to high court

Alan Travis, home affairs editor

06, Feb, 2013 @11:02 AM

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Pardon Gary McKinnon and recruit more hackers, US government urged

John Arquilla, who coined the term 'cyberwarfare,' says pardon would help other hackers become government cyber warriors

Rory Carroll in San Francisco

05, Feb, 2013 @10:26 PM

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My first Christmas… since winning our fight against extradition

Janis Sharp, Gary McKinnon's mother, on their first Christmas since the threat of his exportation to the US to face hacking charges was lifted

21, Dec, 2012 @10:59 PM

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Gary McKinnon will face no charges in UK
Police and CPS say chances of convicting alleged computer hacker, who won fight against US extradition, would be poor

Maev Kennedy

14, Dec, 2012 @4:03 PM

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