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Gary McKinnon

Exopolitics, Gary McKinnon and the Secret Space Program

In David Griffin's lecture "Exopolitics, Gary McKinnon and the Secret Space Program" David examines evidence that substantiates what McKinnon found and from an exopolitical perspective discusses the impact of such a program on terrestrial culture and how it possibly effects any human/alien interaction. He makes the point that McKinnon’s case is exopolitical in nature and represents the final symbolic struggle between power structures as far as Disclosure of the ET reality.

The lecture was presented at the University of Leeds at the 2nd Annual British Exopolitics Expo in 2010.

Extradition Refusal of Gary McKinnon by the British Government Establishes Exopolitical Turning Point

“My son has now been under arrest for longer than any British citizen ever has. He hasn’t raped anyone, he hasn’t murdered anyone, so can’t understand how this can be happening to him, as no matter how much anyone may choose to exaggerate his crime, the fact is that his crime was tapping on a keyboard in his bedroom in north London in search of information on aliens from outer space…”

Janis Sharp -  hardcore campaigner and mother of Gary.

BBC News: Hacker Gary McKinnon's mother welcomes Obama comments

The mother of computer hacker Gary McKinnon has welcomed comments by President Barack Obama about her son's possible extradition to the US.

Janis Sharp, who is fighting to keep her son in the UK, described the president's words as "very positive".

Mr Obama, who is on a state visit to the UK, said he would "respect" the British legal process.

Glasgow-born Mr McKinnon, who has Asperger's syndrome, is accused of hacking US military computer systems.

British Prime Minister Promises Openness on Extraterrestrial Visitation

British Prime Minister David Cameron and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg

Prime Minister David Cameron (right) & Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg (left)

Earlier this year David Cameron the Conservative MP who is now the UK Prime Minister was asked a question about UFO secrecy. Broadcaster and campaigner Richard D. Hall attended a Cameron Direct event in January 2009 which was one of a series of public meetings broadcast live on the internet. The leader of the UK new coalition government gave a perfectly clear guarantee that as Prime Minister his UK government would have a policy of complete openness on the issue of whether extra-terrestrial life exists and on whether we are being visiting.

With the new coalition UK government we have a partnership that hasn't been seen in British politics since the early 20th century. At its top we have the Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron and the Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg who is the leader of the Liberal Democrat party.


Daily Express: Hacker Gary McKinnon to be tried in Britain

Gary McKinnonSCOTS computer hacker Gary McKinnon is set to avoid extradition and be tried in Britain, the Scottish Sunday Express can reveal.

The 43-year-old’s family expects confirmation from the new Government within days that the decision to send Gary to the USA has been overturned.

Mr McKinnon, who has Asperger’s syndrome, has been accused of causing widespread damage by hacking into Pentagon and Nasa computers in 2001 and 2002. American officials have insisted the “cyber terrorist� should be extradited to the US where he could face up to 60 years in prison.

BBC interview with Gary McKinnon's mother avoids the exopolitical issue

In this BBC interview with Gary McKinnon's mother Janis Sharp she explains why she is hopeful that the new UK Parliament will keep their promises and reverse the decision to extradite Gary.

This BBC coverage is yet another example of coverage of the case which completely avoids exopolitical issues and doesn't even associate the story with UFOs. How would this case been seen in a post-disclosure world? David Griffin will be discussing this in his lecture Exopolitics, Gary McKinnon and the Secret Space Program on August 7th.

Elections 2010: Mother of Gary McKinnon to stand in the UK Parliamentary Elections

Gary McKinnon and his mother Janis Sharp

The mother of computer hacker Gary McKinnon is to stand in the UK Parliamentary Elections in Blackburn, Lancashire. Janis Sharp will stand in the constituency that is currently held by a man who is using anti-terror legislation to extradite her son to the United States - the UK Secretary of Justice Jack Straw MP.

Janis is standing on the issue of declining civil liberties in the UK - an issue which affects everyone in the UK but more visibly her son Gary.

She chose Blackburn because it is the Parliamentary seat of Jack Straw MP who...