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Tuesday, 16 October 2012

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Judge Gee 'too stressed' to face Due Process 'in case it made him top himself'

Arlington, Va - Defense Department lawyers have described today's decision by UK Home Secretary Theresa May as a 'tit-for-tat knee-jerk response' to a 1998 US Justice Department failure to extradite a bent UK judge 'who was too depressed to face trial' in a £1million London mortgage fraud.

Judge Richard Gee fled to the US after after milking UK Legal Aid of nearly one million pounds in a trial that collapsed when he 'threw a sickie' claiming to be 'too stressed' to face continuing Due Process.

A £500,000-per annum retirement pension was also somehow overlooked in the calculation of his Legal Aid which awarded him free legal representation on 'poverty' grounds.

Seven years of tricky negotiations saw Gee's US attorneys not quite play the Human Frights Act card during repeated extradition requests by the Brits.

But they certainly helped the rogue judge evade a new criminal trial by pleading he was 'too depressed' to testify 'and might top himself' if made to face justice.

"Yeah, Gee's lived the Life Of Riely ever since," Pentagon polygraph expert Lucius P Throttleshafter commented as US sources confirmed the bent judge had since undergone a 'miraculous recovery' and was living a luxurious lifestyle in New York.

The infamous case angered the UK criminal justice system pretty much as today's McKinnon climb-down has rattled the US Joint Chiefs of Stuff.

They are said to be livid at the 'pathetic' British decision blocking the extradition of the hacker who caused a million dollars' damage to Pentagon computers.

"UK Home Secretary Theresa May finally caved in to McKinnon's 'sob story'," Throttleshafter added, "that trivialized smashing his way into Pentagon systems by claiming he was only looking for evidence of aliens/UFOs."

McKinnon's extradition fight was greatly boosted a few years ago when lawyers 'discovered' he had a mental health condition called Asperger's Syndrome which 'made him' do daft things - like hack the Pentagon's computers.

That same 'condition' predisposes him to potential suicide attempts - much like Judge Gee's claim that a new trial 'would kill him'.

Today's ruling ends a grueling 10 year process and leaves the Pentagon red-faced over the unresolved issue of prosecuting those serious security-related charges.

Judge Gee meanwhile is enjoying his palatial nine bedroom Rhode Island mansion and a 'fantastic investment income lifestyle'.

Theresa May is 69.

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