FW: Urgent: Gary McKinnon Demo London

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2009-12-14 19:04:01

I would go, but unfortunately have work booked – it’s tomorrow…. From: UK Exopolitics Node [mailto:webmaster@exopolitic…] Sent: 14 December 2009 18:26To: ad.johnson@ntlworld….Subject: Exopolitics United Kingdom: UK Network Node / Urgent: Gary McKinnon Demo London This is an e-mail from ‘Exopolitics United Kingdom: UK Network Node’ Message:    For a better layout and appropriate images –  view this online here or  www.exopolitics.org….   Greetings all, This is a last minute plea for support for an end of year, last chance show of support for Gary McKinnon. Recently Alan ‘Where’s My Backbone?’ Johnson claimed he could not intervene in the unfair extradition process now in its final stages. Gary could literally be in the USA by the start of 2010. If you need background or updates to this case, see our full article and media archive on McKinnon’s case here.   The demonstration was set to include meeting up outside Buckingham Palace but this has been stopped in the last few hours by the Met Police. The original demo is however set for Tuesday 15th December 2009 – 12 noon to 2pm at the Home Office, Marsham Street, London. Details below. Home Office Will Home Secretary Alan Johnson and his senior civil servant advisors at the Home Office get the message from the British public, and manage to get themselves out of the political mess which they have created, over the Extradition Act 2003 and the Gary McKinnon extradition case ? Time: Tuesday 15th December 2009 from 12 noon until 2pm Location: Home Office main entrance, Peel Building (between the defensive / ornamental moats ponds) , Marsham Street, Westminster, London – see this location map Nearest Tube stations: Westminster or St. James Park – see the Transport for London website for journey planning details. Buses: London Bus Route 88 Clapham Common – Vauxhall – Westminster – Oxford Circus – Camden Town, stops directly outside the Home Office main entrance in Marsham Street, supposedly every 7 or 8 minutes. Public toilets: There is a Westminster Council run public toilet quite close to the Home Office in Regency Place:– turn right along Horseferry Road at the southern end of Marsham Street. See Regency Place public toilet location map SOCPA 2005 s 132 Designated Area The Home Office is, inappropriately, just within the Designated Area around Parliament Square, so the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005 sections 132 to 138 apply. The organisers have already applied for the necessary prior written permission. Loudspeakers and loudhailers are banned, but, given the volume of the chanting at the previous demonstrations, these would probably be superfluous anyway. The Metropolitan Police can impose arbitrary extra conditions, at the time of the demonstration, but, hopefully, if things go as per the previous demonstrations at the Home Office, there should be no problems. Next formal newsletter due in next week or so, thanks –  davID, Exopolitics UK     This information should be forwarded to other email addresses and published on sites and blogs. No permission needed. You have received this newsletter from expressing interest via some method, to some degree, at some time or other. If you receive a duplicate or don’t want these infrequent communications – apologies; please add a filter to you incoming email or contact exo.pol@gmail.com and ask to be removed. Produced by the Uk Exopolitics Initiative :: ExopoliticsUnitedKin… –  Dec 2009 No virus found in this incoming message.Checked by AVG – www.avg.comVersion: 9.0.715 / Virus Database: 270.14.104/2559 – Release Date: 12/11/09 19:37:00

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