Home Secretary John Reid has a difficult job to do .
In the next 6 weeks he has to consider representations, and to decide whether or not to allow the extradition of Gary McKinnon to the USA to take place.
Is he up to "doing the right thing" and supporting the principles of British justice and fair play, by refusing to send Gary McKinnon to the USA, and , instead, trying him here in the UK ? Or will he just rubber stamp the process, and display the same weaknesses as his predecessor ?
You can sign the following Pledgebank Pledge at
"I will Make a Representation to the Home Secretary on behalf of Gary McKinnon but only if 10 United Kingdom voters will do likewise."
You can also sign up by via Mobile Phone. Send the words pledge FreeGary to 60022 (UK only, standard rate text message tarrif)
Hopefully at least 10 people will have signed this pledge in a month's time, by 8th June 2006.
UPDATE: the modest target of 10 signers of the pledge has already been reached, within a couple of hours.
You can still sign until the 8th June to show support for Gary McKinnon.