On his campaigning mother's birthday, Gary Mckinnon was told today he wont face any charges for hacking into US military computers 11 years ago. For a decade together they have fought extradition to America over his actions.
Today in Britain the Director of Public Prosecutions announced that after consulting with the US authorities, the prospects of a conviction are not high, so he has no criminal case to answer.But his legal team says the fight isn't quite over yet. Toby Sadler reports.
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