LONDON, England (AP) -- Britain's top court refused Wednesday to stop the extradition to the U.S. of a British hacker accused of breaking into Pentagon and NASA computers -- something he claims to have done while hunting for information on UFOs.
Gary McKinnon, pictured here in 2006, plans to appeal to the European Court of Human Rights.
Gary McKinnon, 42, faces charges in the United States for what officials say were a series of cyber attacks that stole passwords, attacked military networks and wrought hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of computer damage.
UK man loses appeal against extradition to the U.S. over alleged computer hacking
Gary McKinnon accused of breaking into Pentagon and NASA computers
Prosecutors says he stole passwords, caused $900,000 of computer damage
McKinnon's lawyer says he will appeal to European Court of Human Rights
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