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F**k me, another gov minister shows some cojones

#1
Allegedly: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...etary-CAN-order-Gary-McKinnon-tried-here.html

Alan Johnson is under huge pressure to 'pluck up the courage' to save Gary McKinnon after judges warned he might kill himself if extradited.

They ruled they could not stop the Government from sending him to the U.S., where the vulnerable Asperger's sufferer faces up to 60 years behind bars.

But the two High Court judges declared in a pointed statement that, if extradited, 'his mental health will suffer and there are risks of worse, including suicide'.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...r-Gary-McKinnon-tried-here.html#ixzz0MsWCIKRg
 
#2
Yeah remember the case well from a few weeks ago . Apparently a bunch of labour MPs rold the family they'd fight his corner and vote to drop the treaty then when the vote came up they all voted FOR it

How the fcuk can they sleep at night :?
 

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#3
Spanny said:
Yeah remember the case well from a few weeks ago . Apparently a bunch of labour MPs rold the family they'd fight his corner and vote to drop the treaty then when the vote came up they all voted FOR it

How the fcuk can they sleep at night :?
like babies, I imagine. the cnuts.

if that one eyed porridge wog monkeyboy supposedly in charge told them sh1t tasted like strawberries they'd be downing bowls of it and trying to convince us it went well with cream.
 
#4
Let's try a little experiment, shall we?

"Chav threatens suicide if tried abroad for stealing war veteran's medals".

Hmmm, the FMT600 for the Sympathy Bus still seems to be with MT.
 
#6
If he's that fukin good at hacking, employ him, in GCHQ, he won’t be any different to most there.

It's also an opportunity to nudge the US that we don’t always cow tow to their demands. Over what is a minor infraction to the average person? He cracked a US system, proving they have a weakness. Assuming he has no sinister motive, he showed the US isn’t as invulnerable as they thought.
 
#7
smartascarrots said:
Let's try a little experiment, shall we?

"Chav threatens suicide if tried abroad for stealing war veteran's medals".

Hmmm, the FMT600 for the Sympathy Bus still seems to be with MT.
Or how about

" American government refuse to extradite IRA suspect "

oh hold .....
 
#8
Spanny said:
smartascarrots said:
Let's try a little experiment, shall we?

"Chav threatens suicide if tried abroad for stealing war veteran's medals".

Hmmm, the FMT600 for the Sympathy Bus still seems to be with MT.
Or how about

" American government refuse to extradite IRA suspect "

oh hold .....
Pól Brennan is still here, if that's who you mean, and it sounds like his extradition is no longer a sure thing.
 
#9
This is totally disgraceful how this vulnerable gentleman is being treated , 'It is time for Alan Johnson and our government to pluck up the courage and ensure that Gary McKinnon is treated with the right duty of care and nothing else will do.'
If President Obama and government are the compassionate people i think they are ,Then they should sort the situation out. If our government treated a American vulnerable person in this way their would be a public out cry in America.
If our government and the American government have got any compassion they will sort this situation out once and for all and stop giving this gentleman and his family so much heartache .
 
#10
ecuas said:
This is totally disgraceful how this vulnerable gentleman is being treated , 'It is time for Alan Johnson and our government to pluck up the courage and ensure that Gary McKinnon is treated with the right duty of care and nothing else will do.'
If President Obama and government are the compassionate people i think they are ,Then they should sort the situation out. If our government treated a American vulnerable person in this way their would be a public out cry in America.
If our government and the American government have got any compassion they will sort this situation out once and for all and stop giving this gentleman and his family so much heartache .
Are you fucking retarded? It's just that you sound like a total cretin.
 
#11
This Government has'nt the courage to stand up to the 'US' as they don't wish to ruin the so called 'special relationship' both Governments like to keep reminding us about in press conferences :roll:

Its only special when its suits the 'US' however, a point has been said already that Mr McKinnon accessed the IT system & proved they had a 'weakness' of which he highlighted & know he faces 60 yrs jail 8O however every crime has its punishment so procedures have to take place

There was an interesting debate on Mr Galloway's 'talksport' radio show Fri night & listening to some of the listeners views and feedback was interesting :wink: the sooner Mr McKinnon sitation is sorted out the better.
 
#12
Good idea, we'll dispense with learned counsel and go with public opinion instead. Jurisprudence was never in better hands.
 
#14
CQMS said:
ecuas said:
This is totally disgraceful how this vulnerable gentleman is being treated , 'It is time for Alan Johnson and our government to pluck up the courage and ensure that Gary McKinnon is treated with the right duty of care and nothing else will do.'
If President Obama and government are the compassionate people i think they are ,Then they should sort the situation out. If our government treated a American vulnerable person in this way their would be a public out cry in America.
If our government and the American government have got any compassion they will sort this situation out once and for all and stop giving this gentleman and his family so much heartache .
Are you fucking retarded? It's just that you sound like a total cretin.
I have no respect for people like you who are egotistical and so outspoken.
 
#15
CQMS said:
ecuas said:
This is totally disgraceful how this vulnerable gentleman is being treated , 'It is time for Alan Johnson and our government to pluck up the courage and ensure that Gary McKinnon is treated with the right duty of care and nothing else will do.'
If President Obama and government are the compassionate people i think they are ,Then they should sort the situation out. If our government treated a American vulnerable person in this way their would be a public out cry in America.
If our government and the American government have got any compassion they will sort this situation out once and for all and stop giving this gentleman and his family so much heartache .
Are you fucking retarded? It's just that you sound like a total cretin.
Welcome to the World of Chubb!
 
#16
ecuas said:
CQMS said:
ecuas said:
This is totally disgraceful how this vulnerable gentleman is being treated , 'It is time for Alan Johnson and our government to pluck up the courage and ensure that Gary McKinnon is treated with the right duty of care and nothing else will do.'
If President Obama and government are the compassionate people i think they are ,Then they should sort the situation out. If our government treated a American vulnerable person in this way their would be a public out cry in America.
If our government and the American government have got any compassion they will sort this situation out once and for all and stop giving this gentleman and his family so much heartache .
Are you fucking retarded? It's just that you sound like a total cretin.
I have no respect for people like you who are egotistical and so outspoken.
Chubb, just fuck off will you! Pillock. :roll:
 
#18
ecuas said:
This is totally disgraceful how this vulnerable gentleman is being treated , 'It is time for Alan Johnson and our government to pluck up the courage and ensure that Gary McKinnon is treated with the right duty of care and nothing else will do.'
If President Obama and government are the compassionate people i think they are ,Then they should sort the situation out. If our government treated a American vulnerable person in this way their would be a public out cry in America.
If our government and the American government have got any compassion they will sort this situation out once and for all and stop giving this gentleman and his family so much heartache .
This has just got to be a woman... :roll:
 
#19
barrett said:
ecuas said:
This is totally disgraceful how this vulnerable gentleman is being treated , 'It is time for Alan Johnson and our government to pluck up the courage and ensure that Gary McKinnon is treated with the right duty of care and nothing else will do.'
If President Obama and government are the compassionate people i think they are ,Then they should sort the situation out. If our government treated a American vulnerable person in this way their would be a public out cry in America.
If our government and the American government have got any compassion they will sort this situation out once and for all and stop giving this gentleman and his family so much heartache .
This has just got to be a woman... :roll:
its fecking chubb :x
 
#20
I think most people have some sympathy for the guy, but that's not to say he shouldn't be tried. In fact, a trial is the opportunity for his defence team to put forward his side of things.

What I can't quite understand is him being tried in the US. What he did was illegal under UK law, so should he not be tried here?
 

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