Friday, July 31, 2009


what do you think?

apparently david gilmore thinks there is something to his story, or at least thinks he shouldn`t be extradited to the u.s. from britain to stand trial.


Grant said...

I still think you need to learn how to embed your links.

dr.alistair said...


Vincent said...

Over here no one cares if there is anything in the UFO angle.

It's all about why don't they (the British Govt.) step in and prevent the extradition a) because the Brit and US extradition laws are non-symmetrical b) the man in question is suffering from Asperger's syndrome, lives with his mother and sits all day hacking at his computer because he lacks the social skills to get out much c) he is now threatening suicide if extradited d) US should have less hackable systems e) why should we let the cruel Americans bother our poor innocent vulnerable citizens who pose no threat f) etc etc.

I've gathered this much from the BBC radio alone. Perhaps the UFO angle might be developed in certain newspapers.

dr.alistair said...

the us has a less hackable system, and while i`m not saying the man deserves to be sent to guantanamo bay, he was places he knew he shouldn`t have been, at a time when it was entirely not a good idea to be there.

this guy seems to be supported at the highest levels uin the uk, but this doesn`t deter the fact it seems to spur them.

ufo angle?

possibly a red herring to deter from the fact thqt he`s in shit.

the ufo thing is a black hole from which nothing ever seems to come out.

there is a video or two interviewing gary, and he seems to be basking in the attention somewhat.

asperger`s or not.

i have some experience working with children and families of children with asperger`s, and certainly they can be stubborn and single minded enough to persist in areas of threat and damage.

the national defence threat he represents to the us. is huge though, and they really want to dissect him, as i thik you can understand.....