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    Senior Member nihil's Avatar
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    Us = UK allies?

    Well, lets just see huh?

    We want this biatch extradited (or "renditioned", we don't care about semantics) Just to convince us that extradition is actually a two way arrangement.

    Hell, that one takes me back a few years


    http://www.topix.net/content/ap/2008...1-year-mystery

    Muhahahahahahahahahahaha!

    She and a male accomplice were accused of abducting the 21-year-old missionary as he went door to door, taking him to a rented 17th-century 'honeymoon cottage' in Devon and chaining him spread-eagled to a bed with several pairs of mink-lined handcuffs.
    They don't make them like they used to?

    The message is: "If you want McKinnon............... we want McKinney"

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    Whoa, that is way too weird to read before breakfast.

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    JPnyc

    To be honest, I almost posted it in tech humour. I do remember the case though, and the big deal (NOT) that it was then. I would guess that she would have gotten about 7 days community service, and several bookings from our Judiciary, back then

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    She may be the same woman who 31 years earlier was accused of abducting a Mormon missionary in England, handcuffing him to a bed and making him her sex slave.
    Are you saying this is illegal???
    I came in to the world with nothing. I still have most of it.

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    That makes sense considering the fellow in Scotland, Glasgow I believe, who murdered his wife received a sentence of not being allowed to visit his pub anymore. My head spun around when I read that one.

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    rcg~

    Are you saying this is illegal???
    Of course it is............... there was talk of PVC thighboots and fishnet stockings.............. and we were not offered our statutory (Constitutional to you guys) rights?

    I recall that there were also lewd photos of her in the British tabloid newspapers?

    OK, I suppose I was 30~40 tears younger back then, so my tastes might have changed?

    Also, I do not believe that the gentleman concerned is in any way representative of the "Church of the Latter Day Saints"


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