BBC NEWS | UK | Hacker loses extradition appeal
British hacker Gary McKinnon has lost his latest High Court bid to avoid extradition to the United States.
The US wants to try the 43-year-old, from Wood Green, north London, for what it calls the biggest military computer hack of all time, in 2001 and 2002.
Mr McKinnon admits hacking, but denies it was malicious or that he caused damage costing $800,000 (£487,000).
Whether or not he can appeal to the UK Supreme Court will be decided at a later date, Lord Justice Burnton said.
He said it was a matter which should be dealt with "as expeditiously as possible".
Interesting I'm betting that later today the UN will tell him he is off to see the US Legal System. I think it's funny that his Mother was crying in Public asking Mr. Obama to stop this. Please he was the one who decide to go and hack an US Military Computer if your going to do the crime then you better be ready to do the time.