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  • Khanivor 18 Oct 2009 04:12:00 40,952 posts
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    Imagine if niteninja got sent to gitmo; he'd explode in a starburst of paranoia confirmed.
  • DaM 18 Oct 2009 07:59:44 13,338 posts
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    Khanivor wrote:
    Imagine if niteninja got sent to gitmo; he'd explode in a starburst of paranoia confirmed.

    I thought he was there already? That's why his posts are very intermittant these days, he posts from a phone dissembled and hid up the inmates' arses. They only get together on the monthly Table Tennis evening.
  • BabyJesus 18 Oct 2009 08:01:16 4,412 posts
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    \o/
  • dnbuk 26 Nov 2009 22:08:40 4,956 posts
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    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/nov/26/computer-hacker-gary-mckinnon-extradition

    Cunts! (US & UK)
  • phAge 26 Nov 2009 22:18:15 24,386 posts
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    Pwnt!
  • skuzzbag 26 Nov 2009 22:24:28 5,651 posts
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    Bend over Britain, America loves ya.
  • El_MUERkO 26 Nov 2009 22:39:28 17,081 posts
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    I'm sure he'll be fine.

    they're going to punch out all of his teeth and use his head as a sex aide
  • Deleted user 26 November 2009 22:42:08
    Won't he just be put in a minimum security prison for white-collar offenders?
  • mal 26 Nov 2009 22:47:31 22,711 posts
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    Have any of the parties got a stance on this treaty to either get America to sign the equivalent, or to scrap it (assuming that's possible)? I know Boris think's it's daft, but if there's one thing you can rely on it's that whenever Boris opens his mouth he says something which is the opposite of Conservative party policy at the time.

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  • SG 26 Nov 2009 22:47:47 1,896 posts
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    No, he's a terrorist.

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  • SG 26 Nov 2009 22:52:12 1,896 posts
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    This thread should be merger with 'What's America's Problem?'.

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  • woodnotes 26 Nov 2009 22:54:40 4,935 posts
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    C'mon, he hacked in to the Pentagon ffs, hardly unexpected.
  • Deleted user 26 November 2009 22:56:15
    Yeah, it's deserved. Shouldn't have been such a fucking tool.
  • IronGiant 26 Nov 2009 22:59:33 4,595 posts
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    You hack into the US military systems then you deserve what you get. All this about looking for UFOs is just garbage, he knew exactly what he was doing and also the risks involved.

    While i do think the US will probably go over the top with sentencing i do believe he should be punished.
  • SG 26 Nov 2009 23:26:38 1,896 posts
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    The reason he was able to hack in is because the operators were morons without passwords. Whilst he's certainly been naughty and should be tried under UK law, not as a fucking US terrorist.

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  • ChronoTravis 30 Nov 2009 00:09:33 145 posts
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    From what I understand he deleted files while he was hacking, thus doing actual damage and costing money. This has been the main reason put forward by the US government for wanting his extradition. Also from what I understand, Asbergers is not mental retardation, but is rather a personality disorder. It does not effect judgment or cause delusions, and can't really be used as an excuse for what he did. If he is extradited, the best thing to do would be to give him something like 6 months in prison, or community service.
  • chopsen 30 Nov 2009 00:28:18 16,126 posts
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    Also, "is at serious risk of suicide" is the most pathetic excuse for getting off for comitting a crime I've ever heard. Basically "If you put me in prison I'll kill myself and it'll be your fault!" Don't think anyone is ever *pleased* to be caught committing a crime.
  • Khanivor 30 Nov 2009 01:32:46 40,952 posts
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    At least it will now go into a court of law where both sides will be heard, rather than the court of public opinion, the one located at 1 Down With The USA Lane.

    I reckon if he is found guilty then he will get a light sentence, but if he is sent down for a long time then I won't cry much for the knobjockey.
  • Hunam 30 Nov 2009 01:38:14 20,674 posts
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    I'd imagine all this stuff about 60 years is just bullshit by spinsters. Back room deals seem to be the thing of the modern day, no doubt the UK will request a nice cushy setence in a barely-a-prison prison.
  • Khanivor 30 Nov 2009 01:46:32 40,952 posts
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    Well the decades in prison thing was taken from one quote from one US official and would require McKinnon to be found guilty of every charge, get the maximum sentence for each one and for the judge to make the sentences be served consecutively. In other words, it was never, ever going to happen. AFAIK the longest sentence ever served by a hacker in the US is easily under a decade, and that's with multiple sentences being served concurrently.

    But by fuck the notion was swallowed down with the eagerness of a glass of water to a man wandering out of the desert.
  • DFawkes 30 Nov 2009 09:25:48 23,363 posts
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    I'm assuming that in a fair trial, they'd bring up the major lapses in security, the fact (I genuinesly hope) there are backups for anything he changed, and the fact he's stupid rather than a terrorist, he'll do some time but not decades.

    I don't think he even found the UFO stuff he was looking for. That's the real shame in all this.



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  • morriss 30 Nov 2009 10:05:13 71,143 posts
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    I'd employ him.
  • Khanivor 30 Nov 2009 21:20:16 40,952 posts
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    DFawkes wrote:
    I'm assuming that in a fair trial, they'd bring up the major lapses in security, the fact (I genuinesly hope) there are backups for anything he changed, and the fact he's stupid rather than a terrorist, he'll do some time but not decades.

    I don't think he even found the UFO stuff he was looking for. That's the real shame in all this.

    Actually, he claims he did find the evidence he was looking for. Some pictures, IIRC. Pictures he was unable to capture because the PrntScrn key on his machine was busted. Or some such other total fucking bullshit.
  • DFawkes 30 Nov 2009 21:34:25 23,363 posts
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    Wow. Them he should get the UFO lawyers on the case.

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  • Collymilad 2 Dec 2009 10:35:46 1,266 posts
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    I see the "follow the law over common sense, not wavering AT ALL" brigade is out in force.

    Sickening.
  • Deleted user 2 December 2009 14:48:51
    The bottom Line.

    Did he hack illegally into someone else's system?

    Yes.

    Punishment is due.
  • nickthegun 2 Dec 2009 14:52:11 60,517 posts
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    We should deport you to the US for crimes against oh the humanity.

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  • Khanivor 2 Dec 2009 15:21:26 40,952 posts
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    Speaking of crimes against...
  • Deleted user 14 January 2010 12:39:10
    Slippery computer hacker and fake autism sufferer Gary McKinnon seems to be weedling out of his rightful place in Pound me in the ass federal prison.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1243022/Gary-McKinnon-given-fresh-hope-escaping-extradition-judge-rules-sending-face-U-S-court-unlawful.html
  • rudedudejude 14 Jan 2010 12:43:08 2,204 posts
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    What a mess the system is. Can't we just make a decision and actually stick to it?

    78 levels of appeals and committees later a final decision might actually be made. It's a wonder anything actually gets done in this country.
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