http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/glasgow_and_west/6360917.stm I'm not going to debate the ethics of hacking, as opposed to any other crime but what the hell is going on with our extradition policies? A British bloke can be extradited to the US and face 45 years for exploiting poor security and hacking into their networks, meanwhile American A10 pilots can casually kill our soldiers with complete impunity, not even a disciplinary hearing? US prosecutors threatened him with incarceration in Guantanamo Bay as a terrorist. They also threatened him with 70 years in nick, along with millions of dollars in fines. The US claimed that he caused about 700k worth of damage, but I suspect they're talking shiite and that the only damage was political embarassment along with some overtime for their blokes to apply the appropriate patches and do some auditing. A bit mental to do it right after 9/11 though. The bloke must be a right 'dime bar' (anyone remember that advert?) It just shows how "equal" we are in the partnership doesn't it? Whatever happened to the Natwest Three? Are they still banged up in prison in the US waiting trial, meanwhile that A10 crew are tucking in to another tasty steak. Bunch of arrse.