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Double standards of U.S. over Mckinnon extradition as it emerges no U.S. citizens were brought to Britain for a crime committed on their home soil

3 years agoNews : The Coming Crisis

Not a single U.S. citizen has been extradited to Britain for a crime committed on their home soil, it was revealed last night.MPs said it was proof of ‘double standards’ by the American government in the case of Asperger’s sufferer Gary McKinnon.Mr McKinnon, who is supported by the Mail’s Affront to British Justice campaign, hacked into U.S. military computers from the bedroom of his North London flat while looking for evidence of ‘little green men’.
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