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'UFO Hacker' Interviewd By BBC Radio

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    Fascinating audio interview here - Gary claims he was driven by humanitarian motives to expose the UFO cover-up. He claims he came across spread sheets
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      Fascinating audio interview here - Gary claims he was driven by 'humanitarian' motives to expose the UFO cover-up.
      He claims he came across spread sheets involving the transfer of 'non-terrestrial officers' between named 'ships' which don't exist in the navy. He believes he has hacked into evidence of personnel being transferred between spacecraft.
      After opening the link, click on 'listen'
      Dave Haith






      Source: BBC World Service - London

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/programmes/the_interview.shtml

      July 23 2005


      The Interview

      This week 'The Interview' talks to the man described by US
      prosecutors as "the biggest military computer hack of all time".
      Briton Gary McKinnon stands accused of breaking and entering
      into US secret computer systems, causing hundreds of thousands
      of dollars worth of damage, and effectively immobilising the
      military district of Washington DC for three days in 2002.

      He faces charges in the US which could lead to up to 70 years in
      jail. Speaking in his first broadcast interview just days before
      his extradition hearing, McKinnon considers his own sense of
      naïve wrong-doing, but also denies causing damage and says he
      was acting out of "humanitarian" motives.

      Listen via RealPlayer:

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/ram/interview.ram




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