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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.
Yesterday, Mr Starmer said that, between February 1, 2001, and March 19, 2002, Mr McKinnon allegedly gained unauthorised access to 97 US government computers.
It will now be for the director of public prosecutions (DPP) Keir Starmer QC to decide whether Mr McKinnon should face charges in the UK.
Prime Minister David Cameron and his deputy, Nick Clegg, have previously publicly condemned plans to send McKinnon to the US.
They wrote in their report: "It is clear there is a significant risk of suicidal behaviour and that Mr McKinnon 'will do' what he has threatened for the last three or four years if the extradition proceeds.
The Cleveland, Texas-based division was bought by local overhead crane and hoist manufacturer and distributor Ace Industries Inc, Columbus McKinnon added without disclosing the purchase price.
Authorities in the US wanted Mr McKinnon to stand trial for hacking into top secret military computers.