UFO Hacker Gary McKinnon Given Ray of Hope by Obama
Battling Extradition to America on Computer Hacking Charges



Battling Extradition to America on Computer Hacking Charges
UFO Hacker Gary McKinnon Given Ray of Hope by Obama (July 21st, 2010) - U.S. and British authorities are working to resolve the long-delayed extradition of a London hacker who allegedly infiltrated American military computers. President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron say they discussed the case during their White House meeting Tuesday July 20th, 2010 and intend to work together to find an appropriate solution.

Gary McKinnon allegedly broke into 97 computers belonging to NASA, the Department of Defense and several branches of the military soon after the Sept. 11th, 2001, attacks.

McKinnon says he was looking for evidence of UFOs. Gary McKinnon is a Glasgow-born systems administrator and hacker who has been accused of what one US prosecutor claims is the "biggest military computer hack of all time, McKinnon himself states that he was merely looking for evidence of free energy suppression and a cover-up of UFO activity and other technologies potentially useful to the public.

US President Barack Obama has given fresh hope to an autistic man who is battling extradition to America on computer hacking charges.


Mr Obama pledged to find an ‘appropriate solution’ after David Cameron raised the issue of Asperger’s sufferer Gary McKinnon during his first visit to the White House as Prime Minister.

Mr McKinnon – supported by his mum Janis Sharp, from Brookmans Park, has fought an eight year legal battle to prevent his extradition to the US – where he faces up to 60 years in jail if convicted of computer hacking.

He admits hacking into US military computers in 2001 and 2002 but maintains he was looking for evidence of alien life.