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Thursday 15 June 2006
From my own experience, I've found that when I tie my political crimes to any crimes committed by agents of the American government, the American government covers up my crimes--Ooops, I meant my "political" crimes.
If Gary wasn't totally wasted on bad beer (lager?? Any amount of alcohol shrinks the brain according to the BPC or is it the BBC--I can't remember? But, at least dark beer tastes good) and wasted on proven memory erasing drugs, he should try to remember any information concerning crimes by the U.S. military, that he saw during his hacks.
If he can remember any to tell his solicitor, DON'T even dream of grey-mailing the U.S. government. He doesn't have to. You see, the U.S. government is so powerful that it doesn't negotiate, co-operate, or communicate. It'll just drop the charges and ignore him. It's that all-powerful.
I'm not advocating that Gary continue to commit political crimes if he can connect crimes committed by members of the U.S. government to his crimes--Ooops, I meant his "political" crimes. What I am posting is that Gary is not that bad of a bloke, but his new friends in the Pentagon are.Eochaidh MacDhalaigh OghaChruithne, 14 years ago.