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Re: [inbox] Re: Supporters urge halt to hacker's extraditionto US
From: n3td3v <xploitable () gmail com>
Date: Sun, 28 Sep 2008 01:51:40 +0100
If you're only going to give him 4 years, then don't say he's gonna
get 60 and that he is gonna fry. This is what is causing all the
problems, just say we're gonna give you 4 years if you come over.
Don't come out with the usual American crap about going to fry. It
really is all about the fry comment and 60 year stuff thats causing
all the problems.
If America isn't going to give him 60 years, then don't make out that
he is with the fry comment, the language is causing a lot of issues.
The Americans need to stop screwing with the guys head and be fair
about whats going to happen to him, he has admitted to the crime, he
has been fair with you, now you be fair with him, and stop all this
gonna fry non-sence.
On Sun, Sep 28, 2008 at 1:36 AM, n3td3v <xploitable () gmail com> wrote:
On Sat, Sep 27, 2008 at 10:27 PM, Exibar <exibar () thelair com> wrote:
I lighter sentence should be given, and probably will be given...
Yet the Americans haven't comforted anybody in that respect, they've
said the usually rhetoric you expect to hear from them, "we want to
see him fry" and won't give any guarantees of a lenient sentence,
thats whats causing all the problems and uncertainties.
If Gary Mckinnon thought he was going to get a fair trial and a fair
sentence, he would have flown over. The problem arises that the U.S
are noising him up and saying he is gonna fry.
"American officials involved in this case have stated that they want
to see him 'fry'."-- BBC.
All the best,
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