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Evidence of antigravity UFO technology, recorded with night vision goggles ,aported by Ed grimsley and Gary MackinnonPlease support these heros is not imminent is a reallity! please watch rate share comment - here is what the Canadian Defence minister has to say about UFO's Judicial Review of Gary McKinnon's extradition case dates: Tuesday 9th June and Wednesday 10th June 2009The Judicial Review of Gary McKinnon's extradition case, is provisionally set to be heard on Tuesday 9th June and Wednesday 10th June 2009. Only the Aspergers's Syndrome aspects of the handling of the case by the Home Office etc. will be heard, none of the alleged evidence against Gary will be allowed to be heard or challenged. No other Human Rights aspects of the case will be heard NewsUpdate May 2009: The famous musician David Gilmour CBE, formerly of Pink Floyd, is supporting Gary McKinnon's cause, by helping to sing on a Protest Song, which will hopefully penetrate the massive "security" and media hype surrounding President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Gordon Brown, which is frightening off so many peaceful democratic protestors from the G20 summit in London next May 2009: Mckinnon was diagnosed with aspergers syndrome, a mild case of High spectrum Autism that, the symptoms led gary into doing things a normal person wouldnt have the guts March 2009: Human rights campaigner and former hostage Terry Waite has called on the US to drop charges against British computer hacker Gary June 2008: McKinnon's legal team have managed to keep him in the UK so far, but the results of a hearing that was held on May 16, 2008 might change that. Although complicated, the House of Lords process may ultimately decide whether McKinnon is sent to the USA, allowed to stay in the UK or given the opportunity to serve a predetermined sentence in the UK based on a conviction under American Law. The problem is that and UK Laws differ in many ways and trying to match up the processes involved is no easy task no matter what side of this issue you are on. Many believe that Britain's lack of enthusiasm to prosecute McKinnon may be motivated by their own secrecy or even revenge. Some people say that McKinnon was secretly and unknowingly being used as a pawn by one or more British Intelligence Services. They believe that these services wanted to know what the Military did and does about ETs and their agenda. Others say that failure of the USA to turn over IRA supporters, sympathizers, fund-raisers and members to the UK during the 1960s and 1970s has resulted in the current stalemate with : A Briton accused of hacking into Nasa and US military computer networks has spoken out about his experiences. (Gary McKinnon was arrested by the UK's national high-tech crime unit in 2002.) McKinnon earns Lords appealPentagon hacker in legal victoryBy John Leyden Published Tuesday 31st July 2007 10:30 GMTGary McKinnon, the British hacker facing extradition over allegations he broke into US Military and NASA sites, has earned the right to take his case to the House of law Lords agreed to hear arguments that US authorities acted in an "oppressive" and "arbitrary" manner during plea bargaining negotiations, for example by allegedly threatening McKinnon over the loss of rights to serve part of his sentence in the UK unless he submitted to voluntary extradition. The House of Lords was not bound to consider McKinnon's final appeal - for example it declined to hear the appeal of the NatWest Three bankers, so the Lords' decision is a significant fillip for McKinnon and his legal SUBSCRIBE FOR NEW UFO/ET EVIDENCE THANK YOU!

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