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McKinnon

Don(ald) (Charles). born 1939, New Zealand politician; secretary-general of the Commonwealth from 2000; deputy prime minister of New Zealand (1990--96)
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SNL" just keeps throwing new government employees at McKinnon, and she continually nails the impersonations.
We are very pleased to add Ian McKinnon to our Board of Directors, said James Skippen, Executive Chairman of WiLAN.
But McKinnon, whose side sit a point above Falkirk, believes his troops have learned from that experience as their promotion push gathers momentum.
8220;My first responsibility is to help my buyers and sellers," said McKinnon.
Mr McKinnon, 46, from Wood Green, north London, would have faced up to 60 years in prison if convicted in the US.
Mr McKinnon, from Wood Green, north London, would have faced up to 60 years in prison if convicted in the US.
McKinnon has been leading a high profile campaign to avoid extradition, demanding that the US authorities should provide evidence of his supposed crimes and damage caused to the UK court, and claiming that he could be sent to the US military camp at Guantanamo Bay.
Known as the co-founder of the Hemlo gold deposit, McKinnon made a presentation on the concept to northeastern Ontario mayors in Cochrane, June 29.
And pounds 200,000 is likely to be enough to prise the experienced McKinnon away from Tynecastle.
It was a life-preserving measure for herself,'' McKinnon said.
Table-topping Rovers' visit to Tannadice tomorrow will see McKinnon go head to head with them for the first time since quitting them for United in May.
Two months ago, Home Secretary Theresa May announced she would not be extraditing McKinnon to the US to face seven charges of computer hacking, where he could face up to 70 years in jail.