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US 'disappointed' over McKinnon

The US has said they are "disappointed" after the Home Secretary Theresa May blocked their request on human rights grounds to extradite computer hacker Gary McKinnon so he can stand trial. She described it as a "difficult and exceptional case".

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Theresa May will have 'blood on her hands' if she approves extradition

David Burrowes, the MP for Gary McKinnon's constituency of Enfield Southgate, has said the Home Secretary Theresa May will have "blood on her hands" if she decides to approve Gary's extradition to the US.

Mr Burrowes told Daybreak there is "compelling medical evidence that he would take his own life" if the extradition goes ahead. He also confirmed reports that he will resign if this happens.

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