Its US military and NASA for f^c%'s sake... i mean its a dream of all the crackers in the world to crack these systems ... and this chap has done that .... what say ?
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dalepearson wrote:Apparently he accepted the 6 months, but they wouldnt offer it in writing.
smells like gamesmanship from his lawyers to me...
RoleReversal wrote:One thing that is bugging me with his defence is that I have been following the case for a few years and have only just heard mentioned that he may have a mild form of aspergers. If he was competent enough to slide through government security (despite it supposedly being wide open) he should be competent enough to know he shouldn't be doing it, to bring this up at the 11th hour smells like gamesmanship from his lawyers to me...
Chan wrote:Should he be sat in a jail cell for the next few years? Yes. Most certainly
Should he be extradited? No. According to UK law he committed the offence in the UK and should therefore be charged and tried in the UK courts. There have been many similar cases where extradition was refused. The only reason I can see that this is different is that he's been labeled a terrorist (which IMHO is BS).
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